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PSEYNOL'DS HISTORICAL 
SINEALOGY COLLECTION 



ALLfcIN OUUNIY rUBLIO LltSHAHY 



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THE CASCO BAY DIRECTORY. 



CASCO BAY DIRECTORY 



FOR 



Harpswell, On's Island, Bailey's Island, Great 

Chebeague, Little Chebeague, Long Island, 

Great Diamond, Little Diamond, 

Cousin's, Littlejohn's, Haskell's, 

Jewell's, Ministerial, Bates', 

Dingley's, Cliff, 

AND ALL OTHER INHABITED ISLANDS OF THE BAY PROPER. 

Containing a list of the inhabitants and business firms of the district, 
and other matters of general and local interest, including 

Half-Tone Views and Descriptions, 

And a Classified List of the Summer Colony at the 
Leading Hotels, 1901. 



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1902-1903. 
Compiled and Published by the Breeze Publishing Co. 

Publishers of the 
CASCO BAY BREEZE. 

SOUTH HARPSWELL, MAINE. 



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In patterns to suit any room in the house. 

Also, ROOM MOULDING. WINDOW SHADES, £^'«« 'S&E ; 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, Etc. 

Paper Hanging, Painting and Tinting Done to Order. 

A Complete Stock of Artists' Supplies. 

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17 to 27 Temple Street, Portland, Me, 

Charles S. Swett, Proprietor. 



Modern house in every respect. 

Electric Lights, Steam Heat and Bath connections. 

Headquarters e w C ise'< . ;ts. 

Special Theatrical Rates. 







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The only Original "DAIRY 
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Silverware, Chronometers, 

Charts, Marine Glasses, 
Nautical, Optical i< n d 
Mathematical Instruments. 

51 Exchange Street, 
PORTLAND. 



Cordes' 
Vienna Cafe 

Restaurant 

4S5> Congress Street, 

PORTLAND 

Adjoining celebrated Longfellow's Mansion. 

Largest and Most Metropolitan 
East of Boston. 

Dining :oom on fi si and second (1 
Private Dining Rooms on third rioor 
accomodates from : to 12 persons. 

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• Casco Bay that can be had; stooping at Clap- 
board Island, Cotisin/s Island. Littlejohn's Island, 
. d Bustin's Island. Giving a 30-mile 
sail with 1 J hours at So. Free- 
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Arriving in Portland at 3:00 p. m. 



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JamesH. Davis 

(Successor to E. G. PIKKHAM, Jr.) 



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South Harpswell, - Maine. 



Without doubt we have the largest and best stocked General 
Store in Casc.o Bay. Here you will find everything needed in large 
or small quantities at reasonable cash prices. We carry nothing but 
the leading brands in every department, and are always adding to 
our stock. No need of bringing anything in the Grocery line with 
you when coming here for the summer, we can supply you with the 
best. 

Fine Line of Paints, Oils, Etc. 

Comple line of Confectionery. Fishing Gear, Twine, Etc. 
Hard and Soft Wood. Coal delivered at the door. 

WRITING MATERIAL, INKS, Etc. 

Special Bates for Stocking Schooners. 
Hardware and Farmers 9 Tools and Seeds. 



Post-office Connected. 



Headquarters for the leading PAPERS 



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A. E. PI NKHAM, 

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LIVERY and BOARDING STABLES 

And GENERAL EXPRESSING. 



Complete line of Carriages, Surries, Brakes, Buckboards, Single and 

Double Hitches. 

3-Seated Surry for Private Parties, 

Which can be had by the day or hour, with careful driver. Carriages 
meet all boats. 



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Stables in the Rear of Merreconeag House. 



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CONTENTS 



Bailey's Island, (Descriptive Sketch) 

Bailey's Island, (Directory) 

Bates Island, (Directory) 

Chebeague Island, (Descriptive Sketch) 

Chebeague Island (Directory) 

ClirTIsland, (Descriptive Sketch) 

Cliff Island, (Directory) 

Cousins and Littleiohn's Islands, (Directory) 

Distances and Rates of Fare of M. C. R. R 

Distances and Rates of Fare of B. & A. R. R 

Great Island and Cundy's Harbor, (Descriptive Sketch) 

Great Island and Cundy's Harbor, (Directory) 

Great Diamond Island, (Directory) 

Harpswell, (Descriptive Sketch) '• 

Harpswell (Directory) 

Hope Island, (Directory) 

Index to Casco Bay Advertising Section 

Index to Portland Advertising Section 

Jewell's Island, 

List of Hotels and Boarding Houses 

Little Chebeague Island 

Little Diamond Island , 

Long Island ( Descriptive Sketch) 

Long Island (Directory) , 

Ministerial Island 

Orr's Island (Descriptive Sketch) 

Orr's Island (Directory) 

Portland, Points of Interest in and around 

Summer Hotel, Visitors' List 



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For the principal landings and Islands on Casco Bay, including 
Chebeague, Long Island, South Harpswell, Bailey's Island, Orr's 
Island, Hope Island, Little Chebeague, Cliff Island, etc. 

Extra service and special excursions during the summer 

season. 



Steamers leave Portland Pier. 



IASIAH DANIELS, 
Gen; Manager. 

Portland, Maine. 



GEORGE F. WEST, 

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SO, HARPSWELL, HAINE. 





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UNQUESTIONABLY the popular house of Casco Bay. Thor- 
oughly modern ; every room in the house has a clear view of 
the ocean. "It has a homelike look, both in exterior and interior," 
while furnrshings and service are in strict accordance with the up-to- 
date hotel in every respect. Standing apart from the cottages and 
business section of the point. It is adjacent to the steamboat landing 
having also a private boat landing for the accommodation of parties 
from the house. Bathing houses at the foot of a sloping lawn within 
ioo feet of the piazzas. 

In conjunction with the Merriconeag is conduct2d the Ocean View, 
a house which in furnishings, equipment, and location, stands second 
to none on the Bay. Thousands of dollars have been expended in 
the last few years and the house has the best of accommodations for 
ioo to 125 guests. Electric bell service, bath, etc. Large dining 
room. Fine dance floor, etc. 

For detailed description, floor plans, and other information, write 
to: 



George W. Campbell, Jr., 

SOUTH HARPSWELL, - 

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HOTEf^S AND BOARDING HOUSES. 



LIST OF HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES, 

Including 1 Terms and Length of Season, of Casco Bay, Maine. 



HARPSWELL. 



Rates on application. Open 
Open June 10 to 
Open June 



Merbiconeag House, Geo. W. Campbell, Jr., Prop. 

June 6 to October 1. Accommodates 125. 
Germania House, L. H. Merrow, Prop. Rates $7 to $12 per week. 

September 15. Accommodates 80. 
Ocean View House, Geo. W. Campbell, Jr., Prop. Rates on application. 

to October. Accommodates 125. 
Stover House, Mrs. J. H. Stover, Prop. Rates $7 and upwards. Open June 10 to 

September 15. Accommodates 30. 
Morse House, Mrs. H. \V. Morse, Prop. Rates $1.00 per day and upwards. Open 

June 15 to September 15. Accommodates 25. 
Otter Brook Farms, Frank E. Dunning, Prop. Rates $6.00 and upwards a week. 

Open June 15 to September 15. Accommodates 50. 
High Head House, Samuel Dunning, Prop. Rates, $1.00 per day and upwards. Open 

June 10 to September 15. 

CHEBEAGUE ISLAND. 



Rates, $8.00. Open June 15 to September 15. 

Open 



Hill Crest, Chas. W. Hamilton, Prop. 

Accommodates 80. 
Woodside Cottage, Harry L. Hamilton, Prop. Rates $7.00 and upwards 

June 15 to September 15. Accommodates 40. 
Hamilton Villa, Alfred E. Hamilton, Prop. Rates $7.00 and $8.00 per week. Open 

June 15 to September 15. Accommodates 40. 
Sunnyside Cottage (Jenks' Landing), Mrs. J. E. Jenks, Prop. Rates, $8 to $12. 

Open June 10 to September 15. Accommodates 40. 
Orchard Cottage, Mrs. Granville Hill, Prop. Rates, $7 to $10 per week. Open 

June 15 to September 15. Accommodates 35. 
Grannell Cottage, S, L. Grannell, Prop. Terms, $6 to $8 per week. Open June 15 

to September 15. Accommodates 20. 
Summit Cottage, Clinton M. Hamilton, Prop. Terms, $7 to $10 per week. Open 

June 15 to September 15. Accommodates 30. 
Bay View House, Benj. Hamilton, Prop. Rates, $7 to $10. Open June 15 to Sep- 
tember 15. Accommodates 25. Special rates for June. 

BAILEY'S ISLAND. 

Ocean View House, Walter D. Crafts, Prop. Rates, $8.00 per week and upwards; 
$1.75 per day. Table board, $6.00. Open June 15 to September 15. Accommo- 
dates 75. 

Woodbine and Cottages, Mrs. Humphrey Sinnett, Prop. Rates, $8 to $12. Table 
board, $6. Open June 15 to September 15. Accommodates 60. 

Boarding House, Mrs. Chester Sinnett, Prop. Rates $8 and upwards. Table board, 
$6.00. Open June 15 to September 15. Accommodates 40. 

Cottage, Mrs. E. F. Black, Prop. Rates, $6 to $8. Open June 15 to September 15. 
Accommodates 30. 

COUSIN'S ISLAND. 

Terms, $6 to $8. Open June 10 to Septem- 



Ridge House, Lorenzo Hamilton, Prop, 
ber 15. Accommodates 25. 

LONG ISLAND. 

Casco Bay House, Chas. E. Gushing, Prop. Terms, $8 to $12 per week. 

15 to September 15. Accommodates 75. 
Granite Spring Hotel, E. Ponce, Prop. Terms on application. Open 

September 15. Accommodates 100. 

CUNDY'S HARBOR, ME. 

Cliff House, L. Percv, Prop. Terms $1.00 and upwards. Open June 10 to Septem- 
ber 15 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS ON CASCO BAY. 



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BARBERS 

Robinson, C. A , Orr's Island 50 

BOATBUILDERS. 

Bates, E. E., Great Chebeague 28 

Sinnett, D. P., Bailev's Island 40 

Wilson, H. E., Orr's Island 5 4 

BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. 

See also General Stores. 

Linscott, M. E., Orr's Island 52 

BOWLING ALLEYS AND BILLIARD PARLORS. 

Moulton, C. E., Orr's Island 50 

BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE. 

Littlefield, A. R f(see inside front cover) 

Palmer, Arthur, West Harpswell 24 

Soule, R. A., South Chebeague 82 

York, L. M., Bailey's Island 34 

CARPENTERS AND CONTRACTORS. 

Bates, E. E., Great Chebeague 28 

Hamilton, H. L., Great Chebeague. . . 28 

Isusi, C, Long Inland 

McKean, Wm. G., Cliff Island 28 

Merriman, L. B , West Harpswell 28 

Thomas, Chas. R., Bailey's Island.... 35 
Wilson, H. E., Orr's Island 54 



COAL, WOOD, ETC. 



Davis, J. H., South Harpswell 9 

Hamilton, J. M.. Great Chebeague 28 

Harmon, C. H., Cliff Island 92 

Prince & Daniels, Orr's Island 46 

Sinnett, E. E., Bailey's Island 40 

York, L. M., Bailey's Island 34 

DREDGERS. 

Hamilton & Sawyer, Great Chebeague, 28 

DRY AND FANCY GOODS. 

See also General Stores. 

Bowen, H. W., Great Chebeague 86 

Linscott, M. E. , Orr's Island 52 

EXPRESSMEN. 

Coombs & Allen, Orr's Island 54 

Hamilton. J. M., Great Chebeague 28 

Harmon, C. H., Cliff Island 92 

Leeman, E. S., Bailey's Island 40 

1'lnkham, A. E , South Harpswell 10 

Soule, R. A., Great Chebeague.. 82 

Woodbury, B. F., Long Island 72 

FISH DEALERS. 

Brigham & Germ, Orr's Island 48 

Clary, C. M. , Bailey's Island 35 

Harris, A. J., Cundy's Harbor 58 

{ nnce & Daniels, Orr's Island 46 

Kush, A. H., South Harpswell 20 

Sinnett, E. E., Bailey's Island 40 

} rufant, Win. A.,:Cundy's Harbor.... 60 

ft auon Bros., Cundy's Harbor 56 

GROCERS AND GENERAL STORKS. 

j^igham & Genn, Orr's Island 4S 

S UrkL &Griffin, Long Island 76 

J-Jary, C. M , Bailey's Island 35 

[}»*». J- H., South Harpswell 9 

'larmon, C. H., Cliff Island 02 



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Harris, A. J., Cundy's Harbor 58 

Littlefield, A. R., Great Chebeague (in- 
sice front cover.) 

Marston, S W., Long Island 72 

Merriman P. C, No.th Harpswell 24 

Palmer, Arthur, VVest Harpswell 24 

Pennell, W. E., East Harpswell 5S 

Pierce & Curtis, Harpswell Centre (in- 
side front cover.) 

Prince & Daniels, Orr's Island 46 

Sinnett, E. E., Bailey's Island 40 

Trufant, Wm. A., Cundy's Harbor.... 60 

Watson Bros., Cundy's Harbor 56 

York, L. M., Bailey's Island 34 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Black, Mrs. E. F., Bailey's Island 44 

Casco Bay House, Long Island 68 

Granite Spring Hotel, Long Island. . . 70 

Grannell Cottage, Great Chebeague. .. 84 

Hamilton Villa, Great Chebeague 84 

High Head House, North Harpswell .. 22 

Hill Crest, Great Chebeague 78 

Hotel Germania, South Harpswell... 22 

Merriconeag House, South Harpswell, 14 

Morse House, South Harpswell 28 

Ocean View Hotel, Bailey's Island 34 

Orchard Cottage, Great Chebeague... So 

Otter Brook House, North Harpswell.. 26 

Ridge House, Cousin's Island 96 

Sinnett, Mrs. Chester, Bailey's Island. . 3S 

Stover. House, South Harpswell 26 

Summic Cottage, Great Chebeague 86 

Sunnyside House, Great Chebeague.. SS 

Woodbine and Cottages, Bailey's IsPd. 36 

Woodside Cottage, Great Chebeague.. S2 

ICE DEALERS. 

Sinnett, E. E , Bailey's Isand 42 

Wilson, E. B., Orr's Island 54 



Little Chebeague Islands 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Coombs A Allen, Orr's Island 

Leeman, E. S., Bailey's Island 

Pinkham, A. E., South Harpswell 

Soule, R. A., Great Chebeague 

Trufant, Wm. A., Cundy's Harbor 

Woodbury, Benj. F., Long Island 

MASONS. 

Bonnallie, J., Bailey's Island 

Shea, J. A., Orr's Island 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Casco Bay Breeze, (see inside back 
cover and top lines Directory pages. 

PAINTERS. 

Pinkham, W. E., South Harpswell 

PILOTS. 

Toothaker, John P., South Harpswell, 
(see Harpswell Directory.) 

SEE WALLS AND MASONRY. 

Cleaves, Aaron. Great Chebeague. 
Hill, Sylvester I., Great Chebeague 

SUMMER HOUSES TO LET. 

Munsey, Wm. A., Orr's Island 



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18 ADVERTISING SECTION. 

Fred E. Richards, Pres. Vm. W. Mason, Vice Pres. Chas. G. Allen, Cashier. 

THE PORTLAND 
NATIONAL BANK 

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PORTLAND, - - MAINE. 

Capital, 300,000. 

Surplus and Undivided Profits, - 160,000. 

Deposits, ..... $3,000,000. 



Deposits in Savings Department draw interest from the first day of 

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PORTLAND, MAINE. 

Reopened, August, J 898. 

Newly furnished throughout; entirely remodeled, painted and 
decorated. All new open plumbing, including numerous private 
baths connected with rooms en suite. Electric lights, new elevator, 
etc. Every advanced modern 'improvement. All rooms with baths 
have intercommunicating telephones. Rates reasonable. 



F. H. NUNNS, Proprietor.- 



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ADVERTISING AND EXCURSION AGENTS. 

A. S. Cobb & Co 92 

BAGGAGE TRANSFER. 

Chase Transfer Co 5 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Barnes, W. W., 363 Fore bt 65 

Center & McDowell, 539 Congress st., 

(see outside back cover.) 
Clark, Ira F. & Co., 26-28 Monument sq. 

(6ee outside front cover.) 
cafe's. 

Cordes' Cafe , 489 Congress st 6 

Dairy Lunch, 441-443 Congress st 6 

caterers. 
Cordes, Chas. W., 489 Congress st.... 6 
Dairy Lunch, 441 443 Congress st 6 

CLOTHING AND MENS FURNISHINGS. 

Clark, Ira F. & Co., 26-28 Monument sq. 

(see ouside front cover.) 
Rowell Bros 3 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 

Burbank & Douglass, 242 Middle st. .. 86 
Davis, Roscoe S. & Co., Cor. Exchange 

and Federal sts 8 

Hooper, Oren Son's, 482-484 Congress 

st. (see top lines Directory pages.) 
Tolman, Bradford Furniture Co., 17 

Preble st. (see outside front cover ) 
Whipple, W. E., 433 Congress st 6 

DENTISTS. 

McVane, Dr. \V. L., 235^ Middle st. 

(see outside back cover. J 
Roberts, Dr. D. S., 5114 Congress st... 54 

DRUGGISTS. 

H. H. Hay's Sons, Middle st. (see out- 
side back cover.) 

ENGRAVERS. 

Merrifin Engraving Co., cor. Exchange 
and Fore sts 65 

EXPRESSING AND TRUCKING. 

Littlefield. E. L., stand 175 Federal st.. 72 
Liulefield, L. W., cor. Market and Fed- 
eral sts 20 

GROCERIES AND SHIP STORES. 

Jordan, W. S. & Co., 102 Commercial 
st , opp. Custom House 63 

Littlefield & Co., Custom House wharf 65 
Ryan & Kelsey, head of Portland Pier, 96 

HARNESS AND HORSE GOODS. 

Brown, E. E 4 

HEATING AND PLUMBING 

**«h, F. & C. B Co., 386 394 Fore st. 44 
Nash, O. M. & D. W., 6 Exchange st.. 54 

HOTELS. 

Falmouth Hotel, Middle st 18 

Swett's Hotel, 17 to 27 Temple st 5 

*W\st End Hotel, opp. Union station.. 16 

HOUSE FURNISHERS. 

P»vU, Roscoe S. & Co., cor. Exchange 
and Federal sts 8 

Hooper, Orren Sons, 482-484 Congress 
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Tolman, Bradford Furniture Co., 17 
Preble st., (see outside front cover.) 

ICE CREAM AND SHERBETS. 

Libby, L. W., 323 Congress st 20 

INSURANCE. 

Jones, E. C. & Co., 13 Exchange st. 
(see outside back cover.) 

JEWELERS. 

McKenney, F. P. Monument sq... 20, 63 
Senter, Wm. & Co., 51 Exchange st... 6 

LAMPS AND LIGHTING FIXTURE.. 

See also House Furnishers. 

Burbank & Douglass, 242 Middle st. .. 86 

LAUNDRIES. 

Union Hand Laundry, 51 Middle si... 66 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Jewell, C. L. f (Preble stables), 

Preble st 72 

NATIONAL BANK. 

Portland National Bank, cor. Exchange 
and Congress sts 18 

OPTICIANS. 

McKenney, F. P., Monument sq. .. 20, 63 

PAINTERS. 

Durgin Bros., 78 Exchange st 4 

FAINTS AND OILS. 

Durgin Bros , 78 Exchange st 4 

Fickett, J. B. & Co., 403-405 Fore st • . 3 
Hay's Sons, H. H., Middle st. (see out- 
side back cover ) 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Hanson Studio, 12 Monument sq 3 

PIANOS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND 
SHEET MUSIC. 

Cressey, Jones & Allen, 566 Congress 



st. 



REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGES. 

Vail, Fred'k S , 57 Exchange st 20 

SEE WALLS AND MASONRY. 

Hill, Sylvester I., 12 Commercial wharf 28 

STEAMBOAT LINES. 

Casco Bay Steamboat Co., Custom 
House wharf 74 

Harpswell Steamboat Co., Portland 
Pier 13 

McDonald Steamboat Co,. Portland 
Pier 60 

Portland & Brunswick Steamboat Co. 7 

STOVES AND RANGES. 

Davis, Roscoe S.& Co., cor. Exchange 
and Federal st 8 

Nash, F. & C. B. Co., 3S6 to 394 Fore 
st 44 

Nash, O. M &D. W., 6 Exchange St.. 54 

Oren Hooper's Sons, 482-4S4 Congress 
st (see top lines Directory pages.) 

Tolman, Bradford Furniture Co., 17 
Preble st. (see outside front cover.) 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Martin, J. A., 124 Exchange st S 



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ADVERTISING SECTION. 



MONUMENT SQUARE, 



PORTLAND, MAINE. 



McKENNEY'S 

UP-TO-DATE 




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Everything in the Watch, Clock, Jewelry, Silverware and Optical 
Line. Largest stock in the city. We make a specialty of Watch, 
Clock, Jewelry, and Optical Repairing. We test your eyes free of 
charge. 

McKenney, The Jeweler, Monument Square. 



ALBERT H. RUSH, 

Wholesale and Retail 

FiSH DEALER, 

Pinkham's Wharf, So. Harpswell. 

Our teams visits all parts of the Island for 
orders and delivery. Open all day. You 
will here find everything in the line of 
Sea Food. 

L. W. LIB BY, 

Successors to Osborne &, Libby. 

ice Cream - « snerftets. 

In large or small quantities at short 
notice. Delivered tree at boats. 
Special attention to mail orders. 

383 Congress St., Portland, Me. 

Telephone 306 3. 



Jeremiah Bonnallie, 

Bailey's Island. 

STOWE HASOiy. 



Brick and Stone Work to Order. 
Plastering a specialty, Estimates 
furnished when requested. 



L. W. LITTLEFIELD, 

Expressing and General 
Trucking of all kinds. 

Baggage transferred to and from all parts 
of the city. Our team meets all boats. 
All orders promptly attended to. 



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FRED'K S. VAILL, 
I* 1S> JS. Iv ESTATE 

57 Exchange St., Portland, Me. 



We have the largest list of summer cottages in Casco Bay for sale and to let of any 
real estate dealer in Portland. We also Buy, Sell and Mortgage Island and Shore 
Property. 



HARPSWELL DESCRIPTION. 



HARPSWELL. 



THIS TOWN was incorporated January 20, 1758. The town is bounded on the 
north by Brunswick, on the east by New Meadows River and on the south and 
west by Casco Bay. Tbe acreage of the Neck is 4,570 acres, according to 
measurements made in 1731. Tt consists of a Peninsula called Harpswell or Merri- 
coneag Neck, which extends southwest from Brunswick. The word in full would be 



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SURF SCENE, SOUTH HARPSWELL. 

Merrucooneag, from Merru (swift quick) and oongan ^portage), meaning the quick 
carrying place. To enumerate the attractions offered the summer visitors here 
would be an endless task. Harpswell is recognized by all to be one of the favored 
spots of Casco Bay. Few places otfer such fine roads for driving or bicycling, some 
twenty miles of unsurpassed scenery, which well repay seeing. The advantages of- 
fered for yachting, boating and deep sea fishing are equal to any on the Maine coast. 
Among the historical places of interest may be seen the old Church at Harpswell 
Center, which was erected about 1758, and is now used as the Town building. North 
Harpswell offers to view the residence of the late author and story writer, 
Kev. Elijah Kellogg. Here he resided the greater part of his life. Without doubt 
no writer of the past century was so dearly loved by the young people as this cele- 
brated author and preacher. The Congragational Church, where he preached for 



ADVERTISING SECTION. 



HOTEL GERMANIA... 



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Enlarged and newly- furnished tins year. Acknowledged by all to be one of the most pleasantly located 
and best managed hotels on the bay. Our table is our special care and is always supplied with the del- 
icacies of tlie season. The finest of bathing accommodations, bath house etc. Boating and fishing right 
at hand. Croquet. Tennis, etc. Cool, comfortable rooms overlooking the water. New dining room this 
year, accommodates 100. Circulars on application. Terms, $7 to $12 according to location. 

L. H. MERKOW, Prop., so. Harps well, Me. 



High Head 
House. 

No. Harpswell, Haine. 

Samuel Dunning, Prop. 

Persons seeking a summer board- 
ing house will here find every- 
thing to please them. Situated 
on the highest elevation of the 
place, the views from the house 
is beyond description. Our tables 
are supplied with fresh vegetab- 
les, berries, eggs and milk direct 
from the farms. Every oppor- 
tunity offered for driving, fishing 
and games of all kinds. Rates, 
$6 per week ; $i per day. Ac- 
commodates 25. 




Chickering & Sons, 

Everett, 

Vose, 

Sterling, 

'Blasius. 



Musicand all kinds of small 
musical instruments. 



Cressey, Jones & Allen, 

56S CONGRESS ST.. PORTLAND. HE. 



HARPSWELL DESCRIPTION. 



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HARPSWELL-Continued 



over fifty years, is another of the many points of interest. The Congregational 
Church was built 1843. On April 25, 1844, an invitation was extended Rev. Elijah 
Kellogg to settle as their pastor. 

It will be with a feeling 'of satisfaction for pleasures spent, that the summer 
visitor to Harpswell will take his leave. 

CHURCHES. 

The Methodist Church was erected in 1854-5 ; work upon the building commenced 
in October, '5-1. The Church was dedicated May 17, 1855. Rev. W. B. Eldridge is the 
pastor this year. 

The Baptist Church was erected in 1836 and rebuilt in 1890. The officers at 
present are Deacon, Wm. F. Clark ; Clerk, Mrs. A. C. Stover; Treasurer, Mrs. John 
Toothaker; Trustees, Isaac Clark, Mrs. Louis J. Stover and Daniel R. Stover. Super- 
intendent of Sunday-school, D. R. Stover. 

The Union Church was built in 1841, and was dedicated the same year by the 
Universalist society. It is situated near the Academy, at North Harpswell. 

SCHOOLS. 

The Harpswell Academy was finished in 1859. The first term commenced 
Monday, September 5, 1859. The school was kept up for several years, but finally 
failed for want of adequate support and management. There are at present eight 
school-houses on the Neck," where a Spring, Fall and Winter term is kept during the 
year. Frost P. Bailey is the Superintendent of Schools in this town. 

MAIL ROUTES. 

The first mail was thought to have commenced here in 1810. The first post-omce 
was established in 1842 at West Harpswell, Washington Garcelon, Postmaster. The 
last Post-office at North Harpswell was kept by Capt. P. C. Merriman; at the Center, 
John A. Curtis P. M.; West Harpswell, Mrs. Eleanora F. Webber, P. M.; at South 
Harpswell, E. G. Pinkham, Jr., who is also the Postmaster this year. The Free Ru- 
ral Delivery Route was established here May, 1, 1898, from Brunswick. 

' CENTENNIAL HALL. 

Centennial Hall was built in the year of 1876 by individuals. The present etfr 
cers are Herbert C. Merriman, Eli M. Alexander and Wm. Randall, Trustees; H. C. 
-Merriman, Treasurer. 

TOWN OF HARPSWELL. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Alfred S. Dunning, Henry Allen, Charles E. Trufant, Selectmen, Assessors 
and Overseers of Poor. 

Elijah K. Hodgkins, Town Clerk and Auditor. 

John A. Curtis, Treasurer. 

James Dyer, John X. Stinson, Collectors of Taxes. 

Frost P. Bailey, Superintendent of Schools. 

PILGRIM FATHERS. 

The Supreme Colony of the United Order of Pilgrim Fathers was incorporated at 
I-'iwrence, Mass., March 15, 1S79. The Casco Bay Colony was institute! at West 
Htrpawell June 16, 1SSL The meetings are held at Centennial hall, West Harpswell, 
i*t and 3rd Wednesdav of each month. 



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ADVERTISING SECTION. 



ARTHUR PALflER, 

WEST HARPSWELL. 

Groceries - ®?mm 



A full line of Canned Goods and Fancy Crackers, 
suitable for Lunches and Parties. 



Hardware, Paints and Oils, Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, 

Dry Goods, Etc. 

GRAIN MILL — Wholesale and Retail dealer in Flour, Grain and 
Feed. We can save you money on these mill products. 



I have 100 choice building lots on the main road and south shore of Harpswell neck for 
sale at- reasonable prices. ARTHUR PALMER. 



P. C. MERRIMAN, 

NORTH HARPSWELL. 



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Fine Teas and Coffees, Fancy Crackers, 
Canned Goods, Confectionary, Etc 

A Fine Line of Dry Goods and Small Wares* 



Perfumes, Extract, etc., Patent Medicines, Boots, 
Shoes and Rubber Goods. Grain, Feed and Fertili- 
zers ; Garden Seeds, Hardware and Farming Tools. 

— We Sell at Low Prices for Cash. — — <— 



HARPSWELL DIRECTORY 



Oren Hooper's Sons, 



Everything to Furnish the Summer Home. Also 

Porch Furniture, Porch Shades, Lawn Swings. Ham- 
mocks. Rustic Furniture, Golf Goods. Free Tele 
„ _ _ phone Service, either for inquiry or to order goods. 

82-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND, bur number, 537. 

HARPSWELL "DIRECTORY. 

Section No. I , Comprising South Harpszuell, West HarpsltoelL 
North Harpszuell and Harps c well Centre, <Ash f 'Basin and 
Tott's "Points, and Haskell and Whaleboat Id's. 

ABBREVIATION'S— Pt., Point; Ctr. H., Haki-swell Centre; II., Harfsweli.. 



ALEXANDER, Albert, carpenter, North H. 
"" Albert H, student, South H. 

Andrew, farmer, Lookout Pt. 
" Andrew J, mariner, Pott's Pt. 
" Bertha, teacher, North H. 
" Betsey A, housekeeper, North H. 
" Eli M, carpenter, South H. 
V Elizabeth M, North H. 

Fanny, teacher, North H. 
" Frank H, mariner, Pott's Pt. 
" Hannah M, North H. 
" Holman, carpenter, North H. 

Isaac, farmer, Lookout Pt. 

James, horseshoer, North H. 

James E, Lookout Pt. 
14 Louis P, carpenter, North H. 
" Mary B, North H. 
" Samuel, farmer, North H. 
" William D, farmer, North H. 
ALLE\ T , Alice F, Ctr. H. 

" Charles S, carpenter, West H. 
" David L, butcher, Lookout Pt. 
" Emore I, shipbuilder, Ctr. H. 
" Emore I, 2d, farmer, Lookout Pt. 
" Ernest S, farmer, Ctr. H. 

George U, horseshoer, Ctr. H. 
u Mrs. Jane, Lookout Pt. 
" John W, ship carpenter, Ctr. H. 
" Lillian E, teacher, Ctr. H. 
" Mary E, Ctr. h. 
" Winfield S, painter, West H. 
BAILEY, Chas. W, farmer, Basin Pt. 

" Charles W, Jr, lobster buyer, Basin Pt. 

Elijah P, carpenter, West H. 
" Emma M, Basin Pt. 
" Frank L, student, Pott's Pt. 
" Frost P, supt of schools, West H. 

Herbert W, fisherman, Basin Pt. 

Ivie L, Basin Pt. 

Jacob P, fisherman, Basin Pt. 
" Matilda F, dressmaker, Basin Pt. 
" Willard L, fisherman, Basin Pt. 



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. OTTER BROOK FARM ... 

NORTH HARPSVVELL, ME. 



It is here that the summer boarder will find everything 
to make him content and happy. Beautiful pine groves 
near the house. Fine large rooms from which a view 
can be had as far as the eye can reach. Our tables are 
well supplied with vegetables and berries direct from the 
farm. Fresh eggs and milk in abundance. Boating 
and rowing free to guests. Free transportation to and 
from the house. Rates $6.00 and upwards a week, ac- 
cording to room. Accommodates 50. 



^ OPEN FROM JUNE 15 TO SEPTEMBER 15. j*j* 
• FRANK C. DUNNING, 

PROPRIETOR. 

SUMMER' BOARDERS WANTED BY 
Mrs. J. M. STOVER, 5o. HarpsweII,Me. 




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Our House is homelike and up-to-date in every respect. The view from the cham- 
bei windows and piazzas, commanding as thev do a view of the Bay. is, without doubt, 
unsurpassed. Our Tables are supplied with the best that money can buy. nothing being 
left undone to satisfy the wants of our guests. Lovers of Boating, Yachting, Bathing 
and Fishing will here find the ideal place. Fine drives, walks, etc. 

Rates, $7.00 and upwards per week. Open June 10th to Sept. loth. 



HARPSWEL DIRECTORY. 



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BARNES, George W, farmer. North H. 
BIBBER, Andrew J. retired, Ash Pt. 
Annie E, strident, South H. 
" Caroline M, Pott's Pt 

Charles A, carpenter, South H. 
Clarinton N, farmer, Ash Pt. 
" - Clinton A, Ash Pt. 

Edwin C, fisherman, Ash Pt. 
Elisha S, fisherman, Pott's Pt. 
" Mrs. Eunice H, widow, Basin Pt. 
" Frank F. fisherman. South H. 
H Sylvester, farmer, Ash Pt. 
Harry B, fisherman, West H. 
" Harry S, fisherman, Ash Pt. 
Isaac S, fisherman, Pott's Pt. 
" James G, fisherman, Pott's Pt. 

Joseph W, carpenter, Basin Pt. 
" Lemuel, retired, Pott's Pt. 

Melvin S, carpenter, Basin Pt 
" Ollie M, Ash Pt. 
" Orlando M, farmer, South H. 
" Orlando S, machinist, South H. 
Orman J, carpenter, Basin Pt. 
BIBBER, ROBERT B, trader, Pott's Pt. 
Susan M, book-keeper, South H. 
BISHOP, Charles J, retired, Ctr. H. 
" Elsie M, Ctr. H. 

John S, carpenter, Ctr. H. 
" Sophia G, Ctr. H. 
BOYD, Thomas, fisherman, South H. 
BRETT, Chas A, fisherman, near High Head. 

Lizzie V, near High Head. 
CAMPBELL, GEORGE W., JR., proprietor Merrico- 
neag House and Ocean View House, South 
Harpswell. (see page 14) 
Miss Fannie, Merriconeag House, South H. 
CHAMBERLAIN, John W, steward, Pott's Pt. 
CLARK, Isaac, farmer, Ctr. H. 

William F, farmer, Ctr. H. 
CURTIS, Geo. W, farmer, West H. 
CURTIS, JOHN A., (Pierce & Ourtis)Grocers, Ctr. H. 
(see page 2) 
John W, farmer, High Head. 
^Irs. Mary J., widow, Ctr. H. 
DALY, Mrs. Aulinah J, widow. South H. 
DOUGLASS. Albert H, fisherman. Pitt's Pt. 
Alonzo C, fisherman, South H. 
Charles B. fisherman. Pott's Pt. 
" Frank R. fisherman, Pott's Pt. 

Mrs. Martha C, widow, South H. 
" Oliver A. fisherman, Pott's Pt. 
DUNNING, Alfred S, selectman, North H. 



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HAMILTON ^SAWYER 

CONTRACTORS FOR 

Riyer.Harbor and Dock 

IN PROVE ME NTS, 

P. O. Address, 

CHEBEAGUE, • • ■ ■ MAINE. 

Morse House, 

So. Harpswell, Me. 

MRS. H. W, MORSE. 



A Finely Located, Quiet Board- 
ing House Table unsurpassed 
and rooms airy and comfortable. 

Rates, $f.oo Per Dag and upwards. 

Sylvester I. Hill, 
CONTRACTOR. 

SEA WALLS and WHARVES 

Private Stone Landings a Specialty. 
Estimates cheerfully furnished. 

12 Commercial Wharf, - Portland, Me. 

E. E. BATES, 



Llttleiieid's landing. South Side. 
Chebeague, - - Haine. 

W. G. McKEAN, 

Gbbperteb hid Builder. 



Cottage Work Solicited. 
Estimates Cheerfully Given. 



H. L. HAMILTON, 

CARPENTER 



AND- 



BUILDER 

Estimates furnished. 
Cottage Work Especially Solicited. 



Chebeague, 



- Haine. 



James M. Hamilton, 

Chebeague Island, Me. 



Cliff Island, 



MAINE, 



WOOD and COAL 

Trucking and Furniture 
Moving. 

W. E. PINKHAM, 

* Painter « 

So. Harpswell, - Haine. 

L. B. MEREIMAN, 

Carpenter and Builder. 

Estimates cheerfully furnished. 
Cottage work a specialty. 

west harpswell, me. 
Aaron Cleaves, 

SEA WALLS 

And Sea Masonry 
Of All Kinds 

Estimates cheerfully given. Private 
landings and breakwaters. In fact, any- 
thing in our line, large or small. 

CHEBEAGUE, ME. 



HARP-SWELL DIRECTORY. iq 



Complete Furnishings for the COTTAGE, the 

MANSION or the HOTEL. Tree Telephone 

Service. either for inquiry or to order goods. 
482-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND. Our number, sat. 



Oren Hooper's Sons, 



DUNNING, Bertha M, North H. 
" Bessie A, student, North H. 
" Clement S, retired, Ctr. H. 

DUNNING, FRANK 0, proprietor -mm Brook 
Farm, North H. (see page 26) 
" Fred J, teacher, North H. 
u George W, fisherman, North H. 
" Gilbert S, farmer, North H. 
" Grace C, North H. 
" Harry *C, farmer, North H. 
" Isaac I, farmer, North H. 
" Laura C, North H. 
Louis E, farmer, North H. 
DUNNING, SAMUEL, proprietor High Head House, 

High'Head (see page 22) 
DYER, James, captain, West H. 

" Vera B, West H. 
EATON, William C, farmer, Ctr. H. 
ELDREDGE, W. B, clergyman, West H. 
ESTES, Herbert A, fisherman, Basin Pt. 
" Ida M, West H. 
" Lewis C, fisherman, South H. 
" Stover B, fisherman, Basin Pt. 
FARR, Chester W, fisherman, Ash Pt. 
Clarence E, carpenter, West H. 
" Mrs. Eliza, Ash Pt. 
" Jacob B, farmer, West H. 
" William K, carpenter, Ash Pt. 
V William K., Jr., fisherman, Ash Pt. 
•GETCHELL, Mrs. Amy P, widow, Basin Pt. 
" Charles J, farmer, North H. 
" William B, fisherman, Basin Pt. 
GERMANIA HOUSE, L.H.Merrow, prop, South H. 

(see page 22) 
GOULD, John F, fisherman, Basin Pt. 
HALE, Jennie, laundress, Pott's Pt. 
HAMILTON, E. F., mariner, South H. 
. " George W, farmer, West H. 
" George W., Jr., trader, Pott's Pt. 
" Irving M, fisherman, North H. 
HASKELL, William P, fisherman, South H. 
HACKETT, David H, carpenter, Ctr. H. 

" Perlev A, carpenter, Ctr. H. 
HAYES, Timothy, steward, Pott's Pt. 
HIGH HEAD HOUSE, (Samuel Dunning, Prop.) 

High Head, (see page 22) 
HODGKINS, Charles B, farmer, Ash Pt. 
" Charles L, fisherman, Ash PL 
" Elijah K, carpenter, Lookout Pt. 
" Frank M, captain, West H. 
" Isaac S., farmer, Lookout Pt. 



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Hotel Arrivals 



SOCIETY NEWS, and in fact everything of interest concerning 
Casco Bay will be found in the 

CASGO BAY BREEZE 

FOR SALE AT ISLAND POST OFFICES. 



HOLDEN, George W, retired, South H. 
JACQUES, Charles C, retired, West H. 
JOHNSON, Akah S, laborer. West H. 

" Annie L, student, South H. 
JOHNSON, Mrs. Eliza B, widow, West H. 
" Flora C, Ctr. H. 
-" George R, carpenter, South H. 
Gershon L, mariner, Ctr. H. 
Isaac A, farmer, Ctr. H. 
Orrin L, fisherman, West H. • 
" Stephen D, freighter, Ctr. H. 
KITTREDGE, Bernard, laborer, North H. 
LEEMAN, Mabel A, housekeeper, North A. 
LITTLEFIELD, George S, physician, West H. 
" Susan, West H. 
" William V, farmer, Ctr. H. 
LUBEE, James H, fisherman, Pott's Pt. 

" Etta, South H. 
MAXWELL, Mrs. Susie E, nurse, West H. 
MERRIGONEAG HOUSE (George W.Campbell, Jr., 

.prop.) South H. (see page 14) 
MERRIMAN, Albert J, carpenter, West H. 
Arthur 0, carpenter, North H. 
Mrs. Asenath B, widow, West H. 
Augustus, farmer. Ctr. H. 
Bessie H, West H. 
Charles E, farmer, West H. 
Daniel, mail carrier, West H. 
Edith A. West H. 
Ethel F, student, West H. 
Eugene V, farmer, West H. 
Frank E, carpenter, West H. 
Frank H, mariner, West H. 
George A, fisherman, West H. 
Georgie F, North H. 
George W, farmer, Ctr. H. 
Harmon, farmer, Ctr. H. 
Herbert C, farmer, West H. 
James W, fisherman, Basin Pt. 
John W. farmer. West H. 
MERRIMAN, LEON B., Carpenter, West H. (see 
page 28) 
" Paul C, farmer, West H. 
MERRIMAN, PELEG G., Grocer, North H. (see 
page 24) 
" Ray E, fisherman, West H. 
" Rufus D, carpenter, West H. 
" Sarah E, West H. 
" Walter H, captain, West H. 
" William M, farmer, Ctr. H. 
" William T, fisherman, Ash Pt. 



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Oren Hooper's Sons, 



9 Q Makers of FIN E FURNITURE— Interior Decorators 

*"" * *" v ^ — K tig's — Draperies. Importers of fine China ami 

Glassware, High class Cooking and Heatiny Stoves 

nd Ranges. Telephone at our expense, either for in- 



_-., . ana uanges. leiepnone iit our expense, em 

482-484 CONGRESS ST.. PORTLAND. quiry or to order goods, Our number, 537. 



MERRILL, Horatio, miller, West H. 
MERRQW, LEANDER H., (prop. Germania House) 
South E. (see pa^e 22) 

" James, retired, South H. 
MILLS, Margaret, Ctr. H. 

'* Richard B, clergyman, Ctr. H. 
MOODY, Converse I), fisherman, Ash Pt. 

" Daniel S, fisherman, Basin Pt. 

" Edward, farmer, Shore Acres. 

" Edward H, fisherman, Basin Pt. 

" Elijah B, fisherman, Ash Pt. 

" Frank W, fisherman, Basin Pt. 

" Guy A, fisherman, Basin Pt. 

" Joseph H, fisherman, Basin Pt. 

" Joseph W, farmer, Basin Pt. 

" Percy A, fisherman, Basin Pt. 
MORSE, Carroll E, fisherman, West H. 

" Mrs. Emeline P, Ctr. «. 

" Frank L, farmer, Ctr. H. 

" Isaac, farmer, Ctr. H. 

u William H, carpenter, South H. 

MORSE HOUSE, (Mrs. H. W. Morse, Prop.) 

South H. (see page 28) 
NOBLE, Charles E, fisherman, Pott's Pt. 

" Frank E, Clerk, South H. 
OCEAN VIEW HOUSE (George W. Campbell, Jr., 

Prop.) South H. (see page 14) 
ORR, Horatio A, carpenter, West H. 

OTTER BROOK HOUSE, (P. C. Dunning, prop.) 

North H. (see page 26) 
PALMER, ARTHUR, Grocer, WestH. (see page 24) 
PAUL, James, fisherman, South H. 
PENNELL, Harmon, carpenter, North H. 

" Nellie U, North H. 

" Olcott S, farmer, North H. 
PIERCE & CURTIS, Grocers, Ctr. H. (see page 2) 
PIERCE, EDWARD M., (Pierce & Curtis, Grocers) 
Ctr. H. (see page 2) 
Frank A, farmer, West H. 
PINKHAM, AUSTIN E., Livery Stables, South H. (see 
page 10) 

" Charles F, clerk, South H. 

" David A, fisherman, South H. 

" Elbridge G, retired, South H. 

" Elbridge G„ Jr., postmaster. South H. 

" Frank L, clerk, South H. 

" George L, student. South H. 

" Howard C, farmer, South H. 

" Jacob B, farmer, South H. 

" Orville S, master mariner, South H. 



$2 HARPSWELL DIRECTORY. 



IF YOU ARE TT)TT\ I^Tir/Tl Y0U ARE N0T INFORMED OF 
NOTREADING f\ \\ Hi W^i/i Hi WHAT IS GOING ON IN CASCO 
THE .... J - >J - i LJX^/^^^ BAY 



PINKHAM, Ralph S, fisherman, South H. 

" Seymour, master mariner, South H. 
PINKHAM, WALTER E., Painter, South H. (see 
page 28) 

" Walter T, carpenter, Ctr. H. 
PROUT, Fred W, fisherman, Pott's Pt. 

" George P, captain, Pott's Pt. 

" Joseph W, fisherman, Pott's Pt. 
PULSIFER, Charles, student, NorthH. 
PURRINGTON, Andrew E, steward, North H. 

" Frank H, painter, Ncrth H. 

" Fred S, carpenter, North H. 

" Harold R, student, North H. 

" Warren E, farmer, North H. 

" William H, carpenter, North H. 
RADOUX, Frank A, retired, Pott's Pt. 
RANDALL, George L, milk dealer, West H. 

" Mrs. Lydia, West H. 

" William, carpenter, West H. 

" William C, carpenter, West H. 

" Winfield S, retired, West H. 
SAWYER, Bennie R, farmer, North H. 

" Fred W, farmer, North H. 
SKOLFIELD, Clem L, farmer, North H. 

" Clem, student. North H. 

" Daniel T, farmer. North H. 

" Thomas E, farmer, North H. 
SMITH, Freelon, carpenter, North H. 
SNOW, John E, painter. North H. 
STAPLES, Granville L, Grocer, North H. 

" W r arren H, clerk. North H. 
STARBIRD, Mary, West H. 
STEVENS, Mrs. Matilda F, Ash Pt. 
STOVER, Abijah C, fisherman, South H. 

" Calvin F, carpenter, West H. 

" Catherine, Ctr. H. 

" Charles I, farmer, South H. 

" Chester L, painter, West H. 

" Mrs. Cornelius R, Ctr. H. 

" Daniel R, retired, South H. 

" David C, farmer, West H. 

" David S, farmer, South H. 

" Deborah L, Basin Pt. 
• " Delphine P, student. South H. 

" Elizabeth E, Basin Pt. 

" Florinda, Ctr. H. 

" John, student. South H. 

" J. Harmon, road commissioner. South H. 
STOVER HOUSE, (Mrs. J. H. Stover, Prop.)South H, 
(see page 20) 

" Julia F, housekeeper. West H. 



HARPSWELL DIRECTORY. 33 



EVERYTHING to Firntsh the Summer Home. Also 
Porch Furniture, Porch Shades, Fawn Swings, Ham 
mocks. Rustic Furniture, Golf Goods. Free Tele 

_ _^_ - — , ~ ,- phone Service, either for inquiry or to order goods. 

452-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND. Our number, 537. " 



Oren Hooper's Sons, 



STOVER, Louis F, West H. 

" Mrs. Lois, widow, South H. 

u Mabel A, West H. 

" Margaret P, Basin Pt. 

" Mattie E, West H. 

" Nellie L, South H. 

" ' Pennell A, fisherman, Ash Pt. 

" Sophia M, West H. 

" Scott B, carpenter, Ash Pt. 

" Theophilus, farmer, West H. 
THOMAS, Mrs. Elizabeth P, widow, West H. 

" Paul R, farmer, West H. 
TOOTHAKER, JOHN P., Coast of Maine Pilot, 
Pott's Pt. 

u Stephen A. D., fisherman, Pott's Pt 
TRUFANT, George W, fisherman, South H. 
WEBBER, Benjamin, retired, Basin Pt. 

" Harold I, fisherman, West H- 

" Herbert L, mate, West H. 

" Thomas E, captain, West H. 

" Thomas L, mariner, West H. 
WESTMORE, Mrs. Frances L, Ctr. H. 
WILLIAMS, Herbert E, farmer, North H. 
WILSON, Augustus E, carpenter, North H. 

" Edmund, retired, North H. 

" Edmund J, carpenter, North H. 

*' George W, painter, North H. 

WHALEBOAT ISLAND. 

RU8H, ALBERT H., Fish Dealer, (South Harps- 
well), (see page 20) 
" Arthur W, carpenter. 

HASKELL ISLAND. 

BIBBER, George W, fisherman. 

" John, fisherman. 

" Orlando M, farmer. 
FROST, Olive J, housekeeper. 
TOOTHAKER, George H, fisherman. 






. 



34 , ADVERTISING SECTION 

The Headquarters at Bailey's Island for. 

Groceries, Provisions, 
and Meats. is at 

L. M. YORK'S 



It is our aim to carry a complete line in each department, thereby 
customers are assured of getting what they want. Our line of pah 
and oils is the best to be found on the Bay, and if we do not ha 
what you want we will gladly get it for you. 

Wood, Cool mA General Ulerchafidlsc. 

Years of experience have enabled us to understand our business, a 
it will always be our purpose to please our patrons. 

L. M. YORK, Bailey's Island, M 

Parties in search of desirable building or house lots, it will pay \ 
to see us before buying elsewhere. We have over 200 fine lots on , 
parts of the island, commanding a fine view of the bay. Prices a 
cording to location and size of lot. Would be pleased to have y< 
call and see plan of same. 



lTVl/lb 



ADVERTISING SECTION. 



CHAS. S. THOMAS, 




I: 





hot. 



Special Attention fpr p Nothing Too Large 

paid to ,,/**""* ^^ or Too Small. 

JOBBING T |l|fll Estimates 

Of All Kinds. «£_ ^ ^Ifji Cheerfully furnished 



-•=-:. ■-.■ : 



If you are thinking of altering or building I will be pleased 
to confer with you. 

SHOP AND RESIDENCE: 

BAST END BAILEY'S ISLAND. 



CL 3VI- CLARY 3 

East End Bailey's Island. 



ER1ERAL ST 



FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF 

Groceries; Provisions; Canned Goods, Fresh 
Meats, Lunch Crackers, etc., etc*, Call Here* 

ALSO DEALER IN 

Dry and Fancy Goods, Oil Clothing and Fishing Gear, Paints and 
Oils, Cigars, Tobacco and Conlectionery. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Lobsters. 

C. m. CLARY, Bailey's Island, Me. 



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ADVERTISING SECTION 



lUB.fli\i 






WALTER D. CRAFTS, PROP. 



BAILEY'S ISLAND, MAINE. 




$ .-. 









J*L I -"all v* 



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OCEAN VIEW HOUSE. 

NEW and NEWLY FURNISHED. COOL, AIRY ROOMS 



The Ocean View, as Its name indicates, commands a wide and sweeping view 
of the ocean and the shores of Bailey's Island from each room in the house. 
We have no uncomfortable nights, and blankets are needed nearly all summer. 
The house is within two minutes walk of the steamboat wharf and post office, 
and centrally located as regards the places of natural beauty on the island. 
Fine boating, fishing and bathing facilities. Fine sand beach at the head of 
the famous Mackerel Cove near the house. The water this season is from a 
living spring in the granite rock near the honse, and is as clear as crystal. 
The proprietor requests that booking for rooms be made as far in advance as 
possible. 

{$1.75 per day, 
$8.00 per week and upwards. 
Table Board, $6.00. 



MAIL COLLECTED AT THE HOUSE TWICE A DAY. 



HARPSWELL (BAILEY ISLAMD) DIRECTORY. 37 



^Casco Bay Breeze EriHH 

BAILEY'S ISLAND. 



D AILEY'S ISLAND is recognized by the summer visitors of Casco 
Bay to be one of the finest spots along the Maine coast, situ- 
ated as it is some twenty miles from Portland, a sail of two 
hours on the Harpswell Steamboat line. The Island is about 
two and a half miles in length, and very narrow, in some 




MACKEREL COVE, BAILEY'S ISLAND, 
places not over one hundred feet, having an elevation of something 
over seventy-five feet. No more beautiful spot could be desired 
where one could wish to spend a vacation, free from the strile and 
confusion of the busy city. 

Although far removed from the surroundings of the main land, 
the accommodations are such that one can readily reach any of the 
many islands of the Bay at almost any time, the Harpswell Steam- 
boat line touching two points of the island five times a day. The 
Northern and Southern portions of the island are well covered with 
fine fir trees, which add greatly to the beauty of the surroundings. 






3 8 ADVERTISING SECTION. 




W Tf ■ „ 11 . ' r ' f 




oodbine 

And COTTAGES 




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WOODBINE COTTAGE, BAILEY'S ISLAND. 

TVTOT strictly a Cottage, but a well appointed House accommodating 6o guests. No 
* ~ belter place on the coast for a pleasant summer sojourn in congenial company 
and beautiful surroundings. All out-door sports are indulged in by our guests, such as 
Bathing, Boating, and Deep Sea Fishing, Tennis, Golf, Base Ball, etc , while for even- 
ing entertainment the cottage parlors are always at the disposal of the guests for card 
and game parties and social use. 

Unsurpassed Table and Pleasant, Comfortable Rooms. 

Open June 1st to October 1st, 1902. 

Rates $8.00 and $12*00 per week. 

Table Board $6.00 per week. 



MRS. HUMPHREY SINNETT, Proprietor, 
BAILEY'S ISLAND, ME. 



HARPSWELL (BAILEY'S ISLAND) DIRECTORY. 



39 



Complete Furnishings for the COTTAGE, the 



(JrCn riOOpCr S OOflS} MANSION or the HOTEL. Free Telephone 

Service, either tor inquiry or to order goods- 

482-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND. Our number 537. 

BAILEY'S ISLAND-Continued. 



L 



and along the Southern side can be had no finer view of the broad 
Atlantic as far as the eye can see, and to watch the breakers here is a 
sight that will always linger in the memory of one who loves 
nature in all its glory. North end of the island is what is called 
Water Cove, which makes a fine harbor, and where one can see 
every day fishing vessels at their anchors On the eastern side of 
the bank one may visit Giant Steps, a very curious freak of nature, 
these steps being some forty feet in length, and having the appear- 
ance of being built by man. They set back in a recess of perpen- 
dicular-ledge, and are of iron stone, the ledge being of a soft nature. 
There is another curious rock formation near at hand, called Thun- 
der Hole, which is a cave in the ledge, where the water rushing in 
and out makes a noise that sounds like distant thunder, hence the 
name Thunder Hole. No finer place can be imagined for those who 
wish an afternoon's rest, surrounded by beautiful trees and the rest- 
less sea. 

On the Western side is Mackerel Cove, one of the most beautiful 
harbors on the coast of Maine. This cove, fifteen hundred feet in 
length, the mouth being very narrow, has a depth of water sufficient 
to accommodate vessels of heavy tonnage. Here lovers of sea bath- 
ing will find all they would desire, and every day during the summer 
season the beach is spotted with bathers enjoying their delightful 
pastime. 

Bailey Island has, without doubt, more fine summer cottages 
than any two islands on the coast, and are principally owned and 
occupied by New York and Boston parties. The hotel accommo- 
dations are equal to any on the bay, it being the pride of all to leave 
nothing undone for the comfort of the summer visitors. The roads 
are all that could be desired for bicycling and driving. 

Golf Links are one of the many attractions. 

The Island is part of the town of Harpswell. 



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ADTERTISING SECTION. 



Do you wish to know where 
to go this summer ? 



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Let us help you to choose. Go to the picturesque 
Bailey's Island, the popular island of the bay and 
engage room and board early at 

fiSPS. CHESTER SWOTS COTTAGE, 

Nearest Hostelry to Mackerel Cove Wharf* 
Accommodation for 40 Guests* 

You will find a carefully managed house, a table sup- 
plied with the freshest vegetables, eggs, and milk from 
the farm, and all kinds of sea food in abundance. 
Evenings are spent in moonlight sails, card parties, 
and walks. Just the place for an outing. 

RATES: 

$8.00 per week and upwards. Table Board, $6.00 per week, 



HARPSWELL (BAILEY'S ISLAND) DIRECTORY. 41 



Hotel Arrivals 



SOCIETY NEWS, and in fuct everything of interest concern ini' 
Cisco R:iv will he found iii the 

CASCO BAY BREEZE 

FOR SALE AT ISLAND POST OFFICES, 



HARPSWELL "DIRECTORY, 

Section No* 2, bailey's Island* 



BENNETT, Susie E. 
BLACK, Charles, student 

" Edward F, steward 
BLACK, MRS. E. F M Boarding House, (see page 44) 
Jennie 

"; William T, fisherman 

BONNALLIE, JEREMIAH, Mason, (see page 20) 
BURNHAM, Algie G. 

" Charles, retired 
CHURCH, John F, fisherman 
CLARY, CHARLES M., Grocer, (see page 35) 

" Charles W, fisherman 
CRAFTS, George S, fisherman 
CRAFTS, WALTER D., (Prop. Ocean View Hotel), 

(see page 36) 
DEXTER, Anthony, fisherman 
DOUGHTY, Clyde G, fisherman 

" David W, fisherman 

u Frank W, fisherman 

" Flora B. 

M George W, fisherman 

" James S, fisherman 

" Jesse W, fisherman 

" Lewis C, fisherman 

" Lizzie E. 

" LucyE. 

" LuliaL. 

" Sinnett 0, fisherman 

" Stephen W, fisherman 
ESTES, Edward, fisherman 
GARDNER, Charles H, fisherman 

" Mrs. Emily J. 

" Ernest W, fisherman 
GILIAM, Delia 

" Jeremiah, fisherman 
GREELY, Mrs. Ora 
GRIFFIN, John E, fisherman 
HUTCHINS, Frederick E, fisherman 
JOHNSON, Mrs. Almira S, widow 

" Charles E, fisherrran 



42 



ADVERTISING SECTION. 



E. E. SINNETT, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



Groceries, Meats, Provisions, 



Fresh and Salt Fjsh, Fishing Gear, Rope and 
Cordage, Hardware, Paints and Oils, Coal, 
Wood and Ice, Waterproof Clothing, Boots 
and Rubbers 



We can supply anything in our line in large or small quantities, at 
prices as low as the lowest. 

POST OFFICE IN THE STORE. 

Head of Mackerel Cove Wharf, 

BAILEYS ISLAND. 



D. P. SlNftJETT, 



BOATBUILDER. 




Row Boats, Sail Boats. 

The Bailey Island Hampton 

Boat built to order. 



Bailey's island, Elaine, 



MKWERtl COVE WHARF. 



Postmaster. 



E. 8. Leeman, 



Teaming 



and 



Baggage 
Expressing. 

Carriage to meet all Boats, 



Leave orders at Hotel 
Office for Leeman's 
Express. 



BAILEY'S ISLAND, MAINE. 



HARPSWELL (BAILEY'S ISLAND) ' DIRECTORY. .43 

.~ U « CT Makers of FINE FURNITURE— Interior Decorators 

llri^n llnfinPr X rSOn^ -Rugs-Draneries. Importers of fine China and 

tflCII llUUptl ^ OUin 9 Glassware. High class Cooking and Heating Stoves 

___.__,». ^^-r-.-— , i . »^ and Ranges. Telephone at our expense, cither for ii»- 

482-484 CONGRESS ST.. PORTLAND. uuiry or to order goods. Our number, 537. 



JOHNSON, Claude R, fisherman 

" Edith M. 

M Elisha C, fisherman 

" George A, fisherman 

" George B, fisherman 

" George H, carpenter 

" George W, fisherman 

" Granville C, fisherman 

" Herbert F, carpenter 

" Hiram F, fisherman 

tk John A>, fisherman 

" J. Rubert, fisherman 

" Norman 0, fisherman 

" Walter E, fisherman 

" William W, clerk 
LEEMAN, Mrs. Alvira J, widow 

" Charles B, carpenter 
LEEMAN, ELISHA S., Expressman and Public 
Carriage, (see page 42) 

" George F, grocer 

11 Scott M, fisherman 

" Thomas I, laborer 
LUBEE, George H, fisherman 
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL (Walter D. Crafts, prop.), 

(see page 36) 
ORR, Ethel W. 

" Hudson B, farmer 

" Mrs. Mary L, widow 

" Sinnett W, fisherman 
PERRY, James A, fisherman 
POTTER, Robert B, clerk 
ROSS, William S, fisherman 
SCOTT, Amaziah, fisherman 
SINNETT, Chester, fisherman 
SINNETT, MRS. CHESTER, Boarding House, (see 

page 40 
SINNETT, DAVID P., Boatbuilder and Postmaster, 

(see page 42) 
SINNETT, EVERETT E., Grocer, (see page 42) 
SINNETT, Herbert P, fisherman 

" Humphrey S, fisherman 
SINNETT, MRS. HUMPHREY S., Prop's. Woodbine 

Cottage, (see page 38) 
SINNETT, Hueh, retired 

" James, fisherman 

" John, retired 

" Nina B. 

" Sarah A, widow 



44 



ADVERTISING SECTION. 



F. & C. B. NASH & CO., 

nil ill Plili Mr 



******* 

Water Fronts. 

Boilers. 

Cisterns. 

Bath Tubs. 

Sf\ST\ S1\ST\ST\ST\ Sl\ 





Stoves, Ranges 

and 

Kitchen 

Furnishings. 



Repair Work Promptly Attended To. 



386 and 390 Fore Street, 



PORTLAND, MAINE, 



"And the cares that infest the day. 

Shall fold their tents, like the Arabs, 
And as silently steal away." 

— LOXGFELLOW. 

If you desire a pleasant, restful and quiet vacation at 
the seaside, within reach of telephone communication 
with the business world, and yet for removed from any 
suggestion of care, try the excellent accommodations 
to be had at.... 

irs. t f. Btocrs coinage 

Bailey's Island, Maine. 

One of the pleasant locations, overlooking the north 
and south shores of the island, from the eastern to the 
western point. No better Table Board on the Island. 
We are never outdone in this respect. 



Accommodates 30 Guests. 



Rates, $6 and $8 Per Week. 



HARP3WELL (BAILEY'S ISLAND) DIRECTORY. 4S 



IF YOU ARE 
NOT READING 



BE 



THE .... BAY 



1Tir/Tl YOLJ ARE NOT INFORMED OF 
i i H . fi Hi WHAT IS GOING ON IN CASCO 



SINNETT, Walter S, fisherman 

M William H, fisherman 

M William S, fisherman 

" W T inthrop S, fisherman 
STETSON. James G, storekeeper 
THOMAS, CHARLES S., Carpenter, (see page 35) 
THOMAS, Ralph S, mariner 
WALLACE, Frank, fisherman 
WOODBINE COTTAGE, (Mrs. H. S. Sinnett, prop.) 

(see page 38) 
YORK, Charles M, clerk 
YORK, LENDLE M., Grocer, (see page 34) 

" Harmon L, clerk 

" Jeremiah C, fisherman 



4 6 



ADVERTISING SECTION 




Successors to S* C. Prince & Son* 




«ii 







Orr's Island Leading Grocers and 
Provision Dealers* 



A complete line in each department, and nothing but 
the leading brands of goods are to be found here. We 
carry everything neded in our line, and will get any- 
thing wanted, not in stock. Our prices are as low as 
first-class goods can be sold for. Schooners stocked at 
short notice. Fine line of Rubbers and Oil Clothing. 
Grain and Feed We carry everything in the line of 
Fish, (wholesale and retail.) 

4* 



OUR TEAMS CALL AND DELIVER GOODS. 



HARPSVVELL (ORR'S ISLAND) DIRECTORY. 



47 



s\ U % r> Everything 

Oren Hooper s Sons,^^: 'r\i 



482 - 494 CONGRESS ST. 



Everything to FURNISH the SUMMER HOME. 

h Furniture, I'orch Shades, Lawn 
iramTcks, Rustic Furniture, Golf 
T5 _ n _ T . _ TT ^ Goods. Fine Telephone Service, either for ln- 
POR T LAND, quiry or to order goods. Our number, 537. 



ORR'S ISLAND. 



THIRTY YEARS ago when the pioneer steamboats of the 
Harpswell Steamboat Company made their first trips'down to- 
wards the eastern part of Casco Bay, landings at Orr's Island were 



5 \ 




ORR'S ISLAND. 

made by means of dories, there being then no wharf where the 
present one stands, except possibly one or two so-called tide wharves, 
at which small vessels could make landings at high tide only. A 
fevv years later, when the first steamboat wharf was built, this island 
was the most eastern landing within the limits of the Bay. This dis- 
tinction has since been given over to Cundy's Harbor and Small 
Point to the MacDonald Steamboat Line, Orr's Island being the 
terminus of the Harpswell boats. 

Geographically the island is similar to the other large islands of 
the bay, being very irregular in coast line, deeply indented with gulfs 
and coves, with alternating sandy beaches and bold, rocky cliffs. 
The surface is also uneven, presenting a contrast of heavy pine and 
fir growth, with open fields and meadows, the forest growth in most 
places reaching to the extreme edge of the shore. A direct road is 
had to the mainland by means of the romantic Orr's Island Bridge, 
to Great Island, and from that island to the mainland by the pictur- 
esque Gurnet Bridge. 

The road on Orr's Island runs for the most part on a high ridge 



«s 



ADVERTISING SECTION. 



n 



BRIGHAffi & GENN, 



Wholesale and Retail 



Grocery and Provision 
Dealers. 

ORR'S ISLAND, MAINE. 




Jr {Mr . ntl§l&3., 



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33 



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We carry a complete line in each of our several departments, 
no better goods to be had. Prices as low as the lowest. You 
will find everything to be found in a general store. Our spec- 
ial line includes Rubbers, Oil Clothing, Fishing Gears, etc. 
Grain and Feed in large or small quantities. Special rates for 
fitting out schooners. Our team visits all parts of the island. 



GFt>e us a call. 



We want your trade. 



HARl'SWELL (ORR'S ISLAND) DIRECTORY. 49 



Casco Bay Breeze 



*%% casco Bav Breeze BiB JaS 



ORR'S ISLAND-Continued. 

from which glimpses of the sea can be seen at intervals. It has an 
extreme length of about five miles, and a varying width of from one- 
eighth mile to two miles. Ready communication is had with Port- 
land and the outer world by means of the transportation lines already 
mentioned and ihe sail to the city of twenty miles is made in a sur- 
prisingly short time on express trips. There are in summer, as is the 
rule on most of the islands, two mails each way every day, thus giv- 
ing summer visitors the same privlege in this respect as is enjoyed 
in most of the free delivery cities. 

The stores here are fully equal to those existing in many large 
cities to-day, and are completely stocked with every line usually 
found in a first-class general store. 

Orr's Island was first brought to the notice of the outside public 
through Mrs. Stowe's book, 4 'The Pearl of Orr's Island," and still 
counts among its patrons some of the earlier visitors of years ago. 



HARPS WELL DIRECTORY. 

Section No* 3> Orr's Island* 



ALEXANDER, Pvam P, fish dealer 

" Mrs. Raehael C. 

" Thomas W, fisherman 
ALLEN, HENRY, (Coombs & Allen, Expressmen) 

Selectman, (see page 54) 
BAKER, Israel, fisherman 
BLACK, Charles, fisherman 

" Harvey C, fisherman 

" Sylvester G, fisherman 
BORRIAM, Mrs. B. C, 
BOYCE, Ida E. 

" John, laborer 

" William H, fisherman 
BRIGHAM & GENN, (J. 0. Brigham & F. H.Genn) 

Grocers, (see page 48) 
BRIGHAM, JACOB 0., (Brigham & Genii), Grocers 
(see page 48) 

" Simeon H, captain 
BROWN, Charles F, surveyor 

" Lillian E. 
BRYAN, Ivan W, steamboat captain 
BRYANT, Fred, farmer 
. ". Joseph 0. A, farmer 
COFFIN, Bina I. 



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ADVERTISING SECTION. 



Orr's Island Bowling' Alleys 

And Pool and Billiard Parlors 

CHAS. E, MOULTON, Proprietor. 

3 Fine Regu- 
lation Alleys.. 




Open day and even- 
ing. Alley to let to 
private parties. Three 
fine prizes given to 
ladies making the 
highest score during 
each of the summer 
months. 



CANDY. 

SOFT DRINKS, 

And CIGARS. 



C. A. ROBIJHSOJM 

ORR'S ISLAND, ME. 



ROOMS. 

Finest equipped Hair 
Dressing Rooms on 
the Bay. Experienced 
men. No long waits. 

X 

Ice Cream and Con- 
fectionery Store. 

Drugs and Medicines. 

Cigars, Soda, &c 
A tine line of Station- 
ery, Fancv Lunch 
Crackers, Fruits, etc. 

C. A. ROBINSON, 







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OPPOSITE 
POST-OFFICE. 



Orr's Island, Me, 



HARPSWELL (ORR'S ISLAND) DIRECTORY. 51 

Complete Furnishings tor the COTTAGE, the 

MANSION or the IIOTKL. Free Telephone 

Service, either for inquiry or to order goods. 
482-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND. Our number, 537. 



Oren Hooper's Sons, 



" Edmund, light keeper Half-way Rock 

COOMBS & ALLEN, (J. R. Coombs &*H. Allen) see 
page 54 

COOMBS, JAS. R., (Coombs & Allen) Expressmen, 

(see page 54) 
CRAIG, Charles W, steamboat clerk 
DANIELS, ADELBERT P., (Prince & Daniels), Gro- 
cers, (see page 46) 

" William C, steamboat clerk 
DAVIS, Clarence M, fisherman 
DOUGHTY, Eben, fisherman 

" Elijah, fisherman 

" Levi H, fisherman 

" Ralph H, student 

" William H, storekeeper 
FARR, James S, boarding house 
FIDES, Fred, proprietor Merritt House 

GENN, FRANK H., (Brigham & Genn) Grocers (see 

page 48) 
GILLIAN, Edward W, clerk 
• " Emore, fisherman 

" Walter E, fisherman 
GRAVES, Royal S, farmer 
GREEN, Abner H, fisherman 

" Charles B, fisherman 

" ' Elijah K, fisherman 

" John H, carpenter 

" Samuel H, deckhand 
HALL, William H, fisherman 
HANSON, Herbert, laborer 

" Lewis, farmer 
HARRIS, Benjamin F, fisherman 

" Mrs. Elizabeth, widow 
HUFF, Charles F. student 

" Eleanora M. 

" James Y, fisherman 

" Lendle N, fisherman 

" Myra E, student 

" William M, fisherman 
HUNTINGTON, Georgie A. 

" John A, mail driver 
JOHNSON, Isaac F, laborer 

" John E, fisherman 
• " Reed 0, carpenter 
JORDAN, Mary A 
LEIGHTOX, Elias, retired 
LINSCOTT, Charles A, fisherman 

" Charles E, student. 

* George A, fisherman 

" Hugh S, retired 

" John, fisherman 

" Lottie E, student 



5- 



ADVERTISING SECTION'. 



JERE A. SHEA, 

OER'S ISLAND, ME. 

Mason* Milder. 



All kinds of work done with 
neatness and dispatch. Brick 
Work, Stone Work and Plaster- 
ing. Originator of the Shea per- 
fect Drawing Fire Places. Esti- 
mates given on all kinds of Ma- 
son Work. 

If you are contemplating building 
or altering we would be pleased 
to talk the matter over with you. 



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At ORR'S ISLAND, 

For the Summer Season. 

The new i^- story 10-room house, 
"NICOLA," containing 7 sleeping rooms 
and bathroom; newly furnished through- 
out. The house is situated on a beautiful 
rising slope, 200 feet from the waters of 
Lowell's Cove. Fine shore privileges and 
boat landing. Only a short distance from 
the MacDonald Steamboat Pier. Eight 
boats a day to and from Portland and 
other islands on both boat lines. Fine 
water supply. Broad piazzas all around 
the house. Rooms are cool and comfort- 
able. The house is suitable for a first- 
class boarding house or for a private 
family. 

For terms apply to 

WM. A. MUNSEY, 

Orr's Island, Me. 



MISS M, m, LIKTSOQTT 

Orr's Island Post Office. 



A FULL LUSTB OF 

Boots, Shoes and Rubbers. 

No need to go to Portland for anything in this line. 

Portland and Boston Rapers, 

STATIONERY, Etc. 

DRY GOODS, UNDERWEAR, SMALL WARES, Etc. 
YARNS, WORSTED and RIBBONS. PLAIN and FANCY 
CROCKERY, TINWARE, LIGHT HARDWARE, Ere. 

POST-OFFICE CALL BOXES TO LET. 

Be sure and look over our stock before buying. 

MISS M. E. LINSCOTT, Otr's Island, Me. 



HARPSWELL (ORR'S ISLAND) DIRECTORY 53 



Hotel Arrivals 



SOCIETY NEWS, and in fact everything of interest concerning 
Casco Bay will be found in the 

CASCO BAY BREEZE 

FOR SALE AT ISLAND POST OFFICES. 



LINSCOTT, MINNIE E., Postmaster and store- 
keeper, (see page 52) 
. " William H, fisherman 
LONG, James L, steamboat captain 

" William F, mate 
LORD, Charles F. 

Charles S, fisherman 

" Sadie 
LUBEE, Maurice A. 

Thomas H, fisherman 
McINTIRE, Frank, fisherman 
MANSUR, Joseph H, physician 
MARTIN, Emma R, teacher 
MORRILL, Stephen F, storekeeper 
MOULTON, CHAS. E., prop. Orr's I. Bowling 

Alleys and Billiard Parlors (see page 50) 
MUNSEY, WILLIAM A., Carpenter, (see page 52) 
NICKERSON, Frank F, fisherman 

" Isra, fisherman 

" James, fisherman 
ORR, Mrs. Eunice E. 

" Frank J, lobster dealer 

" Hiram C, fisherman 

" Richard, fish warden 
OSBORNE, John E, retired 
PEART, John, blacksmith 
PENNELL, Worthen, fisherman 
PERKINS, Charles E, fisherman 

" Charles J, retired 
PRINCE & DANIELS, (S. J. Prince & A. P. Daniels) 

Grocers (see page 46) 
PRINCE, Eva M. 

Jennie M, souvenir store 

" Rose E, student 
PRINCE, SANFORD J., (Prince & Daniels) Grocers, 

(see page 46) 
PRINCE, Sylvanus C, retired - 
PYE, Herbert L, fisherman 

" James E, fisherman 
RICHARDSON, Albert J. fisherman 
RICKER, John S, fisherman 

" Lina M. 
ROBINSON, CHAS. A„ Hair Dresser and Store- 
keeper, (see page 50) 
ROBINSON, Joshua, grocer 
William A, hairdresser 
ROWELL, Herbert .1, fisherman 
SHEA, JERE A., Mason, (see page 52) 
SINGER, Robert E, fisherman 
SINNETT, Mrs. Martha W, widow 



54 



ADVERTISING SECTION. 



COOMBS & ALLEN, 

LIVERY STABLE 
GENERAL DELIVERY. 




ORR'S ISLAND, 



MAINE. 



Fine tournouts to-let by the day 
or hour, with careful driver. 

Our teams and carriages meet 
all boats to take trunks or par- 
ties to any part of the Island. 

Teams for moving, etc. 



o. m. & b. w. mm, 

DEALERS IN 

STOVES, RANGES, 
FURNACES. 



Steam, Hot Water, and Combin- 
ation Heaters. 



Plumbing & General Piping. 

Kitchen and Galley Furnish- 
ing Goods, Tin, Sheet Iron 
and Lead Work. 

6 Exchange St., Portland 

Telephone Connection. 

Hot Water Tanks, Oil Heaters, Oil Stoves 
and in fact everything needed for summer 
use. 





By the Ton, Hundred, 
or in any other way* 



Clear, Spring Ice, pure and 
solid. 



EDWARD B. WILSON, 



Orr's Island, Maine. 



Wilson Hall to let. Suitable for Dances, 
Card Parties, etc. Apply to Edward B. 
Wilson, Orr's Island. 



DR, D. S. ROBERTS, 
DENTIST. 

51 1 J CONGRESS STREET, 
PORTLAND, MAINE. 



HERBERT E. WILSON, 

BOATBUILDER 

AND 

CARPENTER. 

ORR'S ISLAND, - MAINE. 



HARPSWELL (ORR'S ISLAND) DIRECTORV. 



Oren Hooper's Sons, 



Everything to Kihmsh the Summer Home. Also 
Porch Fnrniture, I'orch Shades, Lawn Swings, Ham- 
mocks. Uu.stic Furniture, Golf Goods. Free Tele- 
__ T , _ _ __ _ , phone Service, either for inquiry or to order good*. 

CONGRESS ST., FORTLAND. b«r number, 537. 



SNOW, Edgar W, fisherman 

" George E, fisherman 

" Mrs. Mary 
STEVENS, Abbie F. 

" Arthur, fisherman 

George S, prop. Victoria Cottage 

" Jennie 

" Oliver, fisherman 

" Ralph L, fisherman 
Rufus H, fisherman 

" Walter J, fisherman 

" William T, fisherman 
STILPHEN, Harvey H, fisherman 

" James E, fisherman 

11 James F, fisherman 
SYLVESTER, Augustus, carpenter 

William E, fisherman 
TIBBETTS, Emore, fisherman 
TITCOMB, Mrs. Abbie C, widow 
WALLACE, Jesse I, fisherman 

" Jesse S, fisherman 

" LillaM. 
WALLIS, James R. 

" Jennie 

" Roland G, fisherman 
WILLIAMS, William, fisherman 
WILSON, Alvin E, farmer' 

u Augustus, carpenter 

" Bertie C, farmer 

" Bradbury G, farmer 

" David, fisherman 

" Mrs. Deborah, widow 

" Dennis S, boatbuilder 
WILSON, EDWARD B., (Ice Dealer, (see page 54) 

11 ■ Elbridge H, farmer 

" Elmer L, fisherman 

" Fred L. farmer 

" George T, farmer 

" Henrv T, truckman 
WILSON, HERBERT L, Boatbuilder (see page 54) 

" Irving E, farmer 

" John S, laborer 

'* Lemuel S, farmer 

44 Lewis L, carpenter 

" Nellie A. 

44 Nettie 
WOODWARD, Charles T, boatbuilder 
YORK, Frank I, fisherman 

44 Henrietta W, waitress 

44 James M, fisherman 

44 William M, fisherman 

44 William M, Jr, student 



5 6 ADVERTISING SECTION. 



WATSON BROS. 

OUNDY S HARBOR, MB. 

General Store and Post Office 









1^? . ;, "**?** 






A COMPLETE LINE OF 



Groceries, Provisions, Grain, Feel etc. 

FANCY CRACKERS, CANNED GOODS, 

and everything for the CAMPER. 

DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBERS. 

These goods are up-to-date in every respect. 

Paints and Oils, Oil Clothing, and Fishing Gear. Also Bait in 
its season. Fitting Schooners a specialty. Wholesale and retail 
dealers in Fresh Fish and Lobsters. 

We do business on business principles. A trial will convince you. 
FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY AGENCY. 



WATSON BROS., * Cundy's Harbor, Me. 



HARPSVVELL (GREAT ISLAND) DIRECTORY. 



IF YOU ARE 
NOT READ- 
ING THE . . 



be i 



OU ARE NOT INFORMED 
OF WHAT IS GOING ON IN 
CASCO BAY 



GRE AT ISLA ND 

In consequence of the large size of this Island and close connection with Bruns- 
wick by the well-known Gurnet Bridge, it seems but natural to suppose it to be a 
portion of the mainland. Its steep, wild shores, sung of in prose and poetry, are an 
endless succession of sharp points, cosy coves and sandy shores, from which slope up 
the green fields and tilled land of the farmers, these fields in turn having for a back 
ground the dark forests. 

Since the establishment of steamboat connection with Portland, parts of this 
island have been much sought by seekers for recreation on the Maine shores, and al- 



fl 



**< - 



&&%milK, 



t^T" 



>1- 



VIEW NEAR CUNDY'S HARBOR. 

though not so well known as some of the other islands, the fact is apparent to the 
visitor that here is a place that is bound to grow in popularity, the demand forselect 
building locations being even now quite active. The free rural delivery of mail hav- 
ing done away with the necessity of the local offices, there is now only the office at 
Cundy's Harbor, where is located the centre of population and summer business. It 
is only a question of a few years when this will be one of the most frequented places 
in the bay, its charms of scenery alone being sufficient to bring it to the most favored 
notice of the traveling public. The summer visitor of Casco Bay will do well 
to consider Cundy's Harbor and Great Island as one of the spots where he can most 
profitably spend his vacation. Another very attractive and picturesque spot is Gun 
Point, which can be reached by boat landing from steamers of the MacDonald Line 
at Card's Cove, and also by carriage from Orr's Island. 

CHURCHES. 

Free Christian Church. Cundy's Harbor, built L880 Trustees- Geo. W. Sinnett, 
Mrs. G. \V. Sinnett. Elbridge Thompson and Win. Worthing, Services Sunday at 2.3U 
and 7.00 p. m. Robert White, Pastor. 

Pentecostal Church, services Sunday at 10.30 a. m. and 7.00 p. m. M. Purring- 
ton, Pastor. 



53 



ADVERTISING SECTION. 



A. J. HARRIS, 

CUNDY'S HARBOR, ME. 

Grocer # Provision 

DEALER. 

Free Delivery During Summer. 

Paints, Oils, Etc. 

Fishermen's Supplies. 
Dry Goods, Etc. 

FRESH FISH 

Wholesale and Retail. 

Confectionery, Fruits, Nuts 
and Soft Drinks. 

We strive to please our patrons. 



SUMMER VISITORS 
AND ALL WHO 
WANT TO KEEP 
IN TOUCH WITH 
THE DOINGS OF 
CASCO BAY 
SHOULD READ 
THE .... 




FOR SALE 

ON ALL 

THE ISLANDS. 



K 



imam 



BAST HARPSWELL, MB. 

GROCERandGENERALSTORE 

Here you will find everything in the line 
of GROCERIES at Lowest Prices 

Provisions^ Meats, Etc. 

Fine Line of Confectionery and Penny Goods* 

Fruit of all kinds. Cigars and Tobacco. 

Soft Drinks, Moxie, Etc. 



Our team calls for and delivers orders. 



HARPSWELL (GREAT ISLAND) DIRECTORY. 59 



Everything TO FURNISH the Summer Home. Also 

Porch Furniture. Porch Shades, Lawn Swings, Ham- 

mocks. Rustic Furniture, Golf Goods. Free Tele- 

^ _ __ . ____ w phone Service, either for inquiry or to order goods. 

4S2-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND, bur number, 537. ' 



Oren Hooper's Sons, 



HARPSWELL DIRECTORY. 

Section o^p. 4, Great or Sebascodegan Island, Comprising East 
Harpflfoett, Candy's Harbor, Gun *Point, Tinkham's Point, 
Bethel Point, Vingley's L, "Birch L and Hen L 

ABBREVIATIONS— H., Harpswell : Pt., Point; Hbr., Harbor. 



ACHORN, Clinton, fisherman, Gun Pt. 
ALEXANDER, Albert P, East H. 

'" Mrs. Eunice, widow, Gun Pt. 

" Frank, fisherman, East H. 

" Fred, fisherman, East H. 

" George, fisherman, East H. 

" James, fisherman, East H. 

" Mrs. Jane, widow, East H. 

" Joel, fisherman, East H. 

" Lulu, East H. 

" Thomas, fisherman, East H. 

" William, fisherman, East H. 

" William, Jr., fisherman, East H. 
AUBENS, Freeman J„ farmer. East H. 
BARNES, Howard, fisherman, East H. 

" John, jobber, East H. 

" ' Willis A, fisherman, Cundv's Hbr. 
BENSON, Amasa S, farmer, Pinkham's Pt. 

" William, 'fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 
BRETT, Charles, fisherman, Gun Pt. 
BRIGHAM, Bert. B, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

*' George, fisherman, Cundv's Hbr. 
BULLARD, Theodore, farmer, Bethel Pt. 
BROWN, William E, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 
CARTER, Elliott, fisherman, Cundv's Hbr. 
CATLIN, Alfred M, fisherman, East H. 

" Herman L, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Stephen W, fisherman, East H. 

" Stephen W, Jr., farmer, East H. 
CHASE, Frank, clergyman, Bethel Pt 
CHESLEY, Mrs. Lucretia, widow, Pinkham's Pt. 
COFFIN, William, storekeeper, East H, 

" William, Jr, fish dealer, East H. 
COOMBS, Harmon 0, farmer, Bethel Pt. 

* " John K, farmer, Bethel Pt. 
CURTIS, Ferdinand, farmer. Bethel's Pt. 
DARLING, Arthur, fisherman, Birch I. 

" Charles, fisherman, Gun Pt. 

" Ed., fisherman, Birch Pt. 

" Ernest, fisherman, Hen I. 

" Fred, fisherman, Hen I. 

" Mrs. Joanna, widow, Bethel Pt. 



6o 



ADVERTISING SECTION. 



WM. A. TRUFANT, 

Cundy's Harbor Grocery 



A. 3ST 3D 



GENERAL STORE. 

Fresh Meats and Provisions. 

First Quality Canned Goods and Dairy Products. 
Paints and Oils in small or large quantities. 
We cater to supplying ship and yachting parties. 
Light Hardware, Crockery, etc., etc. 

Cigars and Tobacco. Confectionery and Fruits. 

j*ine Juivery Stable Connected. 



McDONAlB SHAMBOAT CO. 



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5*«<sfc^. 










TWIN SCREW STEAMER 'TEJEPSCOT" 

ALL CASCO BAY ROUTE. 

If you want to see all of Casco Bay take this line. It is the only 
one running through the entire Bay. 

Steamers "Pejepscot" and "Percy V." 

For Cousin's, Littlejohn's. Great Chebeague, Orr's, Sebasco, Cape 
Small Point and Cundy's Harbor. Steamers leave Portland Pier. 



J. n. Mcdonald, Manager, 



PORTLAND, ME. 



HARPSWEL (GREAT ISLANDS) DIRECTORY. 61 



READ 
THE 



Casco Bay Breeze 



FOR ALL THE LOCAL NEWS 

OF CASCO BAY. 
For Sale at the Post Office 



DARLING, Mrs. Josephine, widow, Birch I. 

" Lewis, fisherman, Hen I. 
DAVIS, Lemuel, engineer, Cundy's Hbr. 
DOUGHTY, Mrs. Delight, widow, East H. 

" Hugh S, farmer, East H, 

" Mrs. Mary P, widow, East H 
DRESSER, Frederick, farmer. East H. 
DYER, Elisha T, trader, Gun Pt. 
EASTMAN, Arthur, fisherman, Dingly's I. 

" Ephraim, R, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" James, fisherman, Dingley's I. 

" John, fisherman, Dingley's I. 

" Levi D, freighter, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Nathaniel K, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" William A, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 
FALES, Leonard, farmer, East H. 
FLANDERS. Roscce, farmer, East H. 
GETCHELL, Andrew J, mason, Pinkham's Pt. 

" Wilbur E, mate, Cundv's Hbr. 
GODDARD, Frank, ice dealer, Dingley's I. 

" Lester, farmer, Dingley's I. 
GREEN, Arthur F, fisherman, Cundv's Hbr. 
HANSON, Peter, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 
HARRIS . ABNER J., Grocer, Cundy's Hbr., (see 

page 58) 
HARRINGTON, Edward I), Cundy's Hbr. 

" Mrs. Hattie, widow, Cundy's Hbr. 
HOLBROOK, Abner, farmer, East H. 

" Arthur, farmer, East H. 

" Cleveland, student, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Edward, stage driver, Bethel Pt. 

" Levi, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Samuel 0, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Silas, farmer, East H. 

" Thomas, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" * William, farmer, Bethel Pt. 
HOOK, Hiram, retired, East H. 

" Rachel, East H. 
LEAVITT, Almeda L, Cundy's. Hbr. 

" Charles, fisherman, Gun Pt. 

" Charles F, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Dennis, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Elisha, fisherman, Gun Pt. 

" Israel, fisherman, Gun Pt. 

" Simon, fisherman, Bethel PL 

" Timothy E, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Waldron, farmer, East H. 

" William, fisherman, < lun Pt. 
LEEMAN, Mrs. Delia, widow, Gun Pt. 
MAXWELL, Isaac, retired. East H. 
MILLER, William, farmer, East H. 
MORGAN, Edward, fisherman, East H. 



6i HARPS WELL (GREAT ISLAND) , DIRECTORY. 



1 



Oren Hooper's Sons, 



9 ^p Everything to Furnish the Summer Home. Also 

' ^. - • r- Porch Furniture, Porch Shades, Lawn Swings, Ham. 

mocks, Rustic Furniture, Golf Goods. Free Tele- 

„ „ „ . ___ phone Service, either for inquiry or to order eood-. 

482-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND, bur number, 537. * y 



MORGAN, John, fisherman, East H. 

44 Thomas, fisherman, East H. 

" William, fisherman, East H. 
MULCAHY, S. Clayton, carpenter, Cundy's Hbr. 
ORR, Mrs. Elizabeth, widow, East H. 

" Francis J, farmer, East H. 
- " Mrs. Lizzie, widow, Bethel Pt. 
PENNELL, Mrs. Affie, widow, East H. 

u Clarence, fisherman, Gun Pt. 

" William A, fisherman, Gun Pt. 
PENNELL, WILLIAM E., Grocer, East H. (see 

page 58 
PERCY, Mrs. Laura, hotel propr tor, Cundy's Hbr. 
PERRY, Loring C, retired, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Lauris, Cundy's Hbr. 
PINKHAM, Charles C, fisherman, Pinkham's Pt. 

" Fred, fisherman, Pinkham Pt. 

" Hiram, fisherman, Pinkham's Pt. 

" John F, fisherman, Pinkham's Pt. 
POWELL, William T, fisherman, Gun Pt. 
PURINTON, Carrie C, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Stephen, retired, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Woodbury S, farmer, Cundy's Hbr. 
RAYMOND, Mrs. Grosvenor, widow, East H. 
RICH, Alice, East H. 

" Charles, farmer, East H. 

44 Freeman, farmer, East H. 
RIDLEY, William H, clerk, Cundy's Hbr. 
SINNETT, George W, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 
SKOLFIELD, Ansel, seaman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Mrs. Elijah K, widow, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Frank H, clerk, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Humphrey S, captain, Cundy's Hbr. 

" J. Edwin, captain, Cundy's Hbr. 

" » Jennie M, dressmaker, Cundv's Hbr. 

44 Lillian M, Cundys Hbr. 

44 Linwood L, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Thomas W, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" W r inthrop, farmer, East H. 
SMALL, Elisha, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 
SNOW, Alfred B, farmer, Gun Pt. 

" Fred A, painter, Pinkham's Pt. 

" Marietta, Cundy's Hbr. 

" 0. Frank, laborer, Cundy's Hbr. 
SOUTHARD, Mrs. Abbie, widow, Dingleys I. 

" Albert, carpenter, Dingleys I. 

" Frank, carpenter, Dingley's I. 
STEVENS, Frank E, farmer, East H. 

" Roscoe, painter, East H. 

" Mrs. Pamelia, widow, East H. 
STINSON, Adelbert, fisherman, Gin Pt. 

" George, fisherman, East H. 



PORTLAND ADVERTISING SECTION. 



OPTICAL WORK 




WS/£ 



We do everything in the optical line. We make and tit glasses oi 
all kinds correctly. We make a specialty of repairing and give all 
jobs prompt attention. 

McKENNEY, The Optician, 

MONUMENT SQUARE,. - - PORTLAND, MAINE. 



W. 8. Jordan $ Co. 



Dealers in 



Groceries and 
Provisions 

Importers of HAVANA CIGARS. 

Cordage, Blocks and 

Fishermen's Supplies. 

102 COMMERCIAL STREET, 
PORTLAND, ME. 

Opp. Custom House. 



To ^Business Men: 



T 



HE Casco Bay Directory, as its name 



trade district and all points in the bay 
connected with Portland by regular steam- 
boat service. As such it is the only re- 
liable Directory of this section. The pub- 
lishers wi*h to warn business men against 
fraudulent publications Copies of voting 
lists, or names obtained from unreliable 
sources, having no circulation beyond the 
advertisers' copies. The Casco Bay direc- 
tory is a personally canvassed list ct' ail 
the lesidents of its district and is backed 
up by a substantial subscription list. The 
namesof summer visitors for this work are 
cbiained only after considerable expense 
and can be relied upon as a representative 
list of summer travel. 

We wish to thank patrons and all others 
who have in any way assi-ted in the pub- 
lication of this issue of the Directory. 
Very respectfully yours, 

The Breeze Publishing Co 



°4 



POINTS OF INTEREST— PORTLAND, ME. 



Points of Interest 



in and 
about 



Portland, Me. 



TAKE CAll OK CARRIAGE. 

Longfellow's Birthplace, Home and Monument; Hon. Thomas B. 
Reed's Residence; New Jefferson Theatre; New Library; 
Eastern and Western Promenades; D*»erinjr*s Oaks; 
Soldier.v and Sailors' Monument; City Hall; 
Y. M. C. A. Building; Old Eastern Cem- 
etery; Old Observation Tower; 
Cape Lights; Harbor and 
Forts; Lincoln Park. 



Ten Trolley Trips 

L— RIVERTON PARK and LOWER 
PRESUMPSCOT. Band and Orchestra. 
Rustic Theatre, Casino and Cafe. Elec- 
tric launches, steamer and row boats on 
the river. Theatre entertainments, after- 
noon and evening, frea to car patrons. 

2— CAPE COTTAGE PARK and THE- 
ATRE. A beautiful park with an un- 
rivalled ocean view. Entertainments af- 
ternoon and evening in the theatre. 

3.— FALMOUTH FORESIDE/ UNDER- 
WOOD SPRINGS PARK and YARMOUTH. 
Cars arrive and depart from Elm and 
Congress Streets. Underwood Spring 
Park, fine Casino. New Electric Fountain 
in operation. Vaudeville specialties. 

4.— STROUDWATER VILLAGE. Term- 
inus of car line, about three miles from 
City Hall. A historic- old village. 

5.— WESTBROOK and CUMBERLAND 

MILLS. The Warren Paper Mills here, 
largest in the world ; also other manu- 
factories on the Presumpscot water 
power. 

6. -THE NORTH DEERING CIRCUIT. 
Cars leave Preble Street every thirty 
minutes. 

7.— AROUND TOWN. Stores and Shop- 
ping. 

8. WESTERN PROMENADE and 
VIEW OF WHITE MOUNTAINS. 

9.— EASTERN PROMENADE with 
VIEW OF HARBOR, ISLANDS and 
FORTS. East End Yacht Club House. 

10. -OCEAN S. S. WHARFS and 

GRAND TRUNK ELEVATORS and 

NEW DEPOT. Portland Yacht Club 
House. 



Ten Steamer and Rail, 

Seashore and ltlountrin Crips. 

1.— PEAK'S ISLAND-GEM THEATRE. 
The beautiful Gem Theatre, most unique 
and attractive summer Theatre in Am- 
erica ; every evening, and matinee every 
afternoon except Mondays ; open June to 
middle of September. All the latest 
plays. 

2. CUSHING'S ISLAND . 

3.— LITTLE and GREAT DIAMOND 
ISLANDS -LONG ISLAND. 

4.— THE HARPSWELL TRIP. A 
twenty-two mile sail the entire length of 
Casco Bay, passing 365 islands. 

5— OLD ORCHARD BEACH and the 
NEW PIER. Leave Union Station about 
every hour on the B. & M. R. R. The new- 
steel Pier, one-quarter of a mile long, 
completed last season. 

6— LAKE SEBAGO and SONGO 
RIVER.- Leave via M. C. R. R. at 8.50 
a. m. or 1.05 p. m. to Sebago Lake. 

7. SQUIRREL ISLAND, BOOTHBAY, 
EAST BOOTHBAY and SOUTH BRISTOL, 
Steamer leaves Franklin wharf Tuesday, 
Thursday and Saturday at 7.00 a. m. 
Returns Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 
(Over night trip.) 

Leave Portland Union Station 7.00 a. m. 
via M. C. R. R. to Bath, thence Eastern 
Steamboat Co. 

8.— POLAND SPRINGS. By M. C. R. R. 
or G. T. Ry. Four trains a day each way. 
Distance twenty miles. 

:•. PROUTS NECK. B. & M. R. R. to 
Scarboro' Beach Station; stage to Neck. 

10.— WHITE MOUNTAINS and CRAW- 
FORD NOTCH. Leave Union Station at 
8 50 a. m.; along the valley of the pic- 
turesque Saco river much of the way, 
through the heart of the White Moun- 
tains with their bold and grand scenery. 
Four hours for dinner and driving at 
Crawford's. Mt. Pleasant or Fabyan's. 
Arrive in Portland at 7. "25 p. m. 






PORTLAND ADVERTISING SECTION 



65 



BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1806. 



THE OLD SHOE CORNER. 

HIGH GRADE 

BOOTS rw SHOES 

AT LOW PRICES. 

' Headquarters for Rubber Goods* AN kinds of repairing. 



W. W. BARNES, 



Cor. Market. 



363 Fore St., Portland, Me, 

Telephone 1028-2. 



Merrifin 

Engraving 
Company. 






Half Tone and Line 
Etchings. • Illustrators, 
Designers and Engravers. 
Fine half-tone work a 
a specialty. 

Corner 

Excfiaege and fore sis., 

Portland, Maine. 

Entrance, 393 Fore St. 



Littlefield 



1 09- III Commercial St % 
cor. Pear!, Portland, Me. 

Next door to Custom House. 

Wholesale and Retail 

Groceries, Meats, 
and Provisions 



of all kinds. Hotel, Cottage 
and Yacht Supplies a Specialty. 
Branch store at Peaks Island. 



66 



PORTL\ND ADVERTISING SECTION' 









» rv\ n 






I ./ 



C. E. JOHNSON, Proprietor. 



5l 



ifddle Street, 

Portland, Me. 



It will pay you to have your work done here if you are looking to 
save wear and tear on clothing. 

We are prepared to handle large or small orders at short notice. 

Washing and ironing plain goods 50 cents per dozen. 

Plain washing 25 cents per dozen. 

Goods called for and delivered in any part of Portland. 

Agencies on all the principal islands ofCaseo Bay. 



ive us a 



trial 



Our work will please you. 



HARPSWELL (GItEAT ISLAND) DIRECTORY. 



Hotel Arrivals 



SOCIETY NEWS, and in fact everything of interest concerning 
Ca<co Bay will be found in the 

CASCO BAY BREEZE 

FOR SALE AT ISLAND POST OFFICES. 



STINSON, Nelson, farmer, Gun Pt. 

" Western R, fisherman, Gun Pt. 
STOVER, David, fisherman, Gun Pt. 
THOMPSON, Albert T, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Charles C, farmer, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Elbridge G, clerk, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Harmon, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 

" Mrs. William, widow, Cundy's Hbr. 
TOTMAN, Walter S. farmer, East H. 
TOOTHAKER, Alfred, fisherman, Gun Pt. 

" Augustus, fisherman, Gun Pt. 

" Charles, fisherman, Gun Pt. 

" Daniel, farmer, Gun Pt. 

" Samuel, farmer, Gun Pt. 

" Samuel S, farmer, Gun Pt. 

" William, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 
TRUFANT, Alden, student, East H. 

" Charles E, Selectman, East H. 
Isaac, farmer, East H. 
Samuel, farmer, East H. 

" Mrs. Sarah B, widow, Cundy's Hbr. 
TRUFANT, WILLIAM A., Grocer, Cundy's Hbr., 

(see page 60) 
WALLACE, Anson J, fisherman, East H. 

" Ervin S, fisherman, East H. 

" Frank E, fisherman, East H. 

" ■ Phcebe A, East H. 

" Roscoe T, fisherman, East H. 
WATSON, Angie B, Cundy's Hbr. 
WATSON BROS., (Robt. S. & C. W. Watson) 

Grocers, Cundy's Hbr., (see page 56) 
WATSON, CARR W., Grocers, Cundy's Hbr., (see 

page 56) 
WATSON, ROBERT S., (Watson Bros.,) Grocers, 
Cundy's Hbr., (see page 56) 

" Mrs. Sarah, widow, Cundy's Hbr. 
WILSON, Mrs. Abigail, widow, Birch I. 

" Charles, fisherman, Birch I. 
WISSMAN, Andrew, farmer, East H. 
WORTHING, William A, fisherman, Cundy's Hbr. 
YOUNG, EZEKIEL J, retired, Cundv's Hbr. 



68 



ADVERTISING SECTION. 



...Why You Should Stop At... 




Long Island, Casco Bay. 




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CASCO BAY HOUSE. 

BECAUSE of its Beautiful Surroundings, Fine Groves and Lawns. 

BECAUSE its Grounds Border on a Fine Sand Beach. 

BECAUSE of the Refreshing Spring Water Served on the Tables. 

BECAUSE of its Quiet Location, Broad Piazzas, Social Dances, etc, and Close Prox- 
imity to Both Steamboat Lines. 

BECAUSE flast but not least) its Table is Excellent and nothing in the way of Service 
is left undone. 

BECAUSE a Separate Cafe where Clam Bake Dinners are Served is maintained for 
the large transient parties who constantly visit the island, thus putting the regular 
guests to no inconvenience. 

FOR TERMS AND CIRCULARS APPLY TO 

CHAS. E. CUSHING, Long Island, Me. 



Desirable building lots commanding shore 
privelege for sale on very easy terms. 



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Makers ot FINE FURNITURE— Interior Dec" 

rators — Rugs — Uraperies. Importers of Fine 
ina and Glassware. High class Cooking and 
Heating stoves and Kanges. Telephone at our ex- 
482-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND. P ense - cither for inquiry or to order goods. Our 

number 537. 



Oren Hooper's Sons,? 



LONG ISLAND. 



J ONG ISLAND, formerly a part of the town of Cumberland, now 

attached to Portland, is one of the most important islands in 

the bay, both in roint of size and popularity. The sail to this island, 



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about five miles from the city, is a most popular one, and is enjoyed 
by thousands in the summer time, both to enjoy the far-famed clam 
bake and shore dinners, served here perhaps better than anywhere 
else in New England ; and to pass a few weeks in a spot of delight- 
ful coolness and comfort in the most enjoyable company. 

In some of the pavilions connected with the leading hotels, 
dances are held twice a week through the entire summer, while for a 



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granite $m\m hotel 

A.N:r> casino. 



-E. PONCE, PROPRIETOR." 



LONG ISLAND, PORTLAND HARBOR, 



MAINE. 




jHHE Granite Spring Hotel, because of its healthful surroundings 
■*• and convenient location, takes its place at once among the 
leading hotels of the Maine coast. 

The pure Granite Spring Water used in this hotel exclusively, is 
not to be compared with any other private water supply on the shores 
of New England. Pure water and good health go hand in hand and 
the Granite Spring is acknowledged by experts to be unequalled in 
this respect. 

Thoroughly furnished, and equipped to handle the rush of summer 
travel without the slightest inconvenience and with every comfort for 
its guests. 

Transportation to Portland and the islands by two steamboat lines, 
making ten or more trips a day. 

For circulars and rates apply to 

B. PONCE. 



After June 1st. 

Long Inland, Maine. 



Portland, Maine. 



Accommodation for 200. Good Roads, Bathing, and Fishing. 
$1.50 and $2.00 a day. Open from /one 15 to Sept. 15, J902. 



LONG ISLAND DIRECTORY. 



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LONG ISLAND-Continued, 



day's amusement, a visitor can make choice of all the active sports 
which make a vacation at Casco Bay one round of enjoyment. In 
this connection it may be said, however, that on Long Island is the 
finest surf-bathing beach in this vicinity. The long rollers and comb- 
ers from the ocean here break and foam on as fine and hard sand 
as could be desired. The beach being in the form ol a crescent and 
very evenly graded, surf bathing can be enjoyed at any time of tide. 
On the north and west shores are clam beaches, where a plentiful 
supply of these bivalves can be had for the digging. 

One of the principal attractions to those who wish for shaded 
walks and drives, are the fine groves, thick with the balsam-laden 
pines, which are a feature of this portion of the Maine coast. The 
roads are excellent ; there are several well stocked stores carrying a 
general supply of everything needful ; a post-office, two mails each 
day in summer, and quick communication with Portland by two 
steamboat lines. 

A word about the hotels to those who have never visited Long 
Island will be opportune. They are modern, well equipped, and 
most carefully managed, and everything looking to the comfort and 
enjoyment of guests is provided in full measure. 



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LONG ISLAND LANDING. 

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receive courteous 
treatment, it being our 
aim to please all. We 
aim to keep every- 
thing that can be 
found in a full stocked 
store. 

CIGARS, TOBACCO 
& CONFECTIONERY 

POSTOFFICE 
CONNECTED. 

S. H. MARSTON, 

Long Island, Be. 



B. F. WOODBURY, 
PUBLIC CARRIAGE 

TO MEET ALL BOATS. 

EXPRESSING and TRUGKINB ^'ia£SS. m ": 

XONG ISLAND, TMLE} 

ORDER BOX AT POST OFFICE AND ALL HOTEL OFFICES. 



All orders promptly attended to. 



Team to Meet Boats. 



Telephone No. 991-12 



E. L. LITTLEFIELD, 

Express and Bag-gage Transfer. 

FURNITURE MOVING AND JOBBING. 

STAND, 17ft FEDERAL STREET. RESIDENCE. No 6 B STREET. 

Between Market and Exchange Sts. KNICHTVILLE ME. 

Leave Orders at H. E. DAVIS & CO.. Plumbers. 151 Kederai St. ' 

C. L. JEWELL, ™": STABLE 

Boarding, Livery and Hacking. 

Barouche Riding for Parties. Full line of Single and Double Teams. 

No. 20 Preble Street, "»&" PORTLAND, MAINE. 



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Everything to Furnish the Summer Home, Also 
Porch Furniture, Porch Shades, Lawn Swings, Ham- 
mocks, Rustic Furniture, Golf Goods. Free Tele- 
phone Service, cither for inquiry or to order Broods. 

S2-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND. o»r ouwbet, 537. ' B 



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ALEXANDER, Edwin B, lamplighter, Harbor 
Grace. 
" Fannie F, Harbor Grace. 

James W, fisherman, Harbor Grace. 
Levi, master mariner, Island Ave. 
" Royal F, fisherman. Harbor Grace 
" Willie F, fisherman, Harbor Grace 
BABB, Mary A, teacher, Highland Ave. 
BARKER, Minnie, Island Ave. 
BARTOL, William H, fisherman, Island Ave. 
BICKFORD, Ansel C, fisherman, Island Ave. 
Fred H, fisherman, Island Ave. 
" John E, fisherman, Island Ave. 
John M, fisherman, Island Ave. 
William F, fisherman, Island Ave. 
CANISTER, Frederick, fisherman, Leavitt St. 
CANNELL, Alice M, teacher, Island Ave. 
CA8C0 BAY HOUSE, (C. E. Gushing, proprietor), 

Highland Ave. (see page 68) 
CHASE, Charley laborer, Beach Ave. 
" Ham 7 , laborer, Beach Ave. 
" Napoleon B, Beach Ave. 
CLARK, Edwin R, fisherman, Island Ave. 
CLARK & GRIFFIN, (H. J. Clark & B. F. Griffin), 

Grocers, Island Ave. 
CLARK, HENRY J., (Clark & Griffin), Grocers, (see 

page 76.) 
CUMMINGS, James A, laborer, Beach Ave. 
CU8HIN6, CHARLES E., (Proprietor Casco Bay 

House, Island Ave., (see page G8) 
CUSHING, Charles L, fisherman, Island Ave. 
" Mary, Island Ave. 
" Mrs. Ursula S, (Died Jan. 1902) 
DIRIGO HOUSE, (Mrs. J. H. Perry, prop.), Island 

Ave. 
DORSEY, John, fisherman. Island Ave. 
" John F, fisherman, Island Ave. 
" Stephen E, fireman, Leavitt St. 
DOUGHTY* Edith P, Island Ave. 
" Elsie E, Island Ave. 
44 Elwin G, fisherman. Island Ave. 
4< Horace E, fishery an, Island Ave. 
" Joshua C, retired. Island Ave. 
" Lafayette, fisherman, Island Ave. 
44 Levi F, mason, Island Ave. 



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CARPENTER and BUILDER. 



Cottage Work 

a 

Specialty* 




Get our 

Estimates 

Before 
Building. 



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Long Island, Portland Harbor, - Maine. 

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PORTLAND AND THE ISLANDS. 

RUNS ALL THE YEAR ROUND. 



CUSTOM HOUSE WHARF, PORTLAND, MAINE. 



LONG ISLAND DIRECTORY. 



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Casco Bay Breeze 



OF CASCO BAY. 



H.b Ull 1 J U ' . : i , h I \ i p OR g ALE AT THE POST OFFICE 



DOUGHTY, Lillian G, Island Ave. 
" Reuben F, fisherman, Leavitt St. 
Reuben H, fisherman, Island Ave. 
Warren A, captain, Island Ave. 
DYER, Mrs. Mary E, widow, Leavitt St. 
ELORETT, Mrs. Flora, widow, Island Ave. 
FLOYD, Horace, fisherman, Island Ave. 
FRAZIER, Daniel K,. fisherman, Harbor Grace. 
GRANITE SPRING HOTEL, (E. Ponce, proprietor), 

Island Ave. (see page 70) 
GRIFFIN, BENJAMIN F., (Clark & Griffin) Grocers, 

Island Ave., (see page 76) 
GRIFFIN, George W, fisherman, Island Ave. 
Philena. Island Ave. - 

HALL, Ira L, fisherman, Island Ave. • 
HARRINGTON, Edward, fisherman, Island Ave. 

Frederick, fisherman, Island Ave. 
HILL, James R, retired, Island Ave. 
HORR. Anson D, fisherman, Island Ave. 
Freeman E, fisherman, Island Ave. 
Henry, fisherman, Island Aye. 
Jacob J, fisherman, Island Ave. 
Levi C, fisherman, Island Ave. 
Perley F, fireman, Island Ave. 
William H, fisherman, Leavitt St. 
" Winfield S, fisherman, Island Ave. 
ISUSI, CLAUDIUS, Carpenter and Contractor, 

Garfield Ave., (see page 74) 
JOHNSON, Albert A, fisherman, Leavitt St. 
Freeman, teamster, Island Ave. 
George E, laborer, Leavitt St. 
" Harry W, fisherman, Harbor Grace. 
" Herbert M, laborer, Leavitt St, 
Ivy A, fisherman, Harbor Grace. 
James, fisherman, South Side 
" Julia A, Leavitt St. 
" Nellie M, waitress, Leavitt St. 
" Nettie J, Leavitt St. 
" Robert, fisherman, South Side 

Theodore, fisherman, Harbor Grace. 
KING, Frank H, Harbor Grace. 

" Mary E, Harbor Grace. 
KNIGHT, William C, fisherman, Island Av. 
LATHAM, Stephen M, fisherman, Island Ave. 

" William W. fisherman, Island Ave. 
LITTLEJOHN, Asa F, fisherman. Island Ave. 
Asa G, fisherman, Island Ave. 
" Bertha, Island Ave. 
" Melvin P, fisherman, Beach Ave. 
McKINNEY, Samuel C, mason, Leavitt St. 
McLEOD, Cornelius, fisherman, Leavitt St. 



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CLARK & GRIFFEY, 

Long Island's Leading" 




Grocers ana Fiiii 



Our store is well stocked with a complete line 
in each department. 

BEEF, LAMB and MUTTON. 

VEGETABLES of all kinds in their season. 

Fine line of choice Crackers. Fruit, Candy and Nuts. 

All the leading brands of Tobacco and Cigars. 

.Coal delivered to all parts of the Island. We call for and 

deliver orders. 



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)^ C^.-*^ Complete Furnishings for the COTTAGE, the 

MANSION or the HOTEL. . Free Telephone 

Service, either for inquiry or to order goods. 
52-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND. Our number, 537. 



)ren Hooper's Sons, 



Mc VANE, Albion P, fisherman, Island Ave. ' 
Benjamin F, fisherman, Beach Ave. 
Charles, fisherman, Beach Ave. 
Charles, Jr., fisherman, Beach Ave. 
George E, student, Beach Ave. 
Gertrude, Beach Ave. 
.Henry, student, Beach Ave. 
Jacob L, fisherman, Beach Ave. 
John, mariner, Island Ave. 
Peter, pilot, Beach Ave. 
McVANE, WILLIAM L, Dentist, Island Ave, office, 
235J Middle St., Portland, (see back 
cover) 

MARINER, David A, retired, Island Ave. 
MARSTON, S. W*. Grocer and Postmaster, Island 

Ave,, (see page 72) 
MERRILL, William A, ice dealer, Beach Ave. 
MILLIKEN, William, fisherman, Island Ave. 
RICH, Hattie L, clerk, Harbor Grace. 
Ira A, fisherman, Leavitt St. 
Joseph H, fisherman, Harbor Grace. 
Joshua L, fisherman, Harbor Grace. 
Rufus E, carpenter, Harbor Grace 
Zoeth, grocer, Harbor Grace. 
STEWART, Mark B, fisherman, Harbor Grace. 
WALLACE, Alvin F, barber, Island Ave. 
Annis M, Island Ave. 
Arthur M. Harbor Grace. 
" David R, farmer, Island Ave. 
Ellis L, Island Ave. 
James, teamster, Island Ave. 
'* Joseph H, fisherman, Island Ave. 
WARD, Grace, housekeeper, Island Ave. 
WELLS, Harrv W, Island Ave. 
WEST, Mrs. Cora A, housekeeper, Leavitt St. 
WOODBURY, Albert, fisherman, Leavitt St. 

44 Benjamin, fisherman, Leavitt St. 
WOODBURY, BENJAMIN F , Expressman and livery 

stable, Leavitt St., (see page 72) 
WOODBURY, Frank H, fisherman, Island Ave. 
" George E, fisherman, Leavitt St. 
" James F, police officer, Island Ave. 
" John R, fisherman, Island Ave. 
" Maud L, Island Ave. 
" Reuben, fisherman, Harbor Grace. 



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Charles W. Hamilton, Proprietor, 
Chebeague, Me. 



Rates $7.00 to $10.00. 
Accommodates 100. 



COUNTRY AND SEA SHORE COMBINED. 



CHIS is a strictly new and modern house in every respect ; is unde r 
the management of an experienced hotel man who will leave 
nothing undone in looking to the comfort of his guests. The view 
from the broad piazzas, which extend around the entire house, is un- 
surpassed in the country. Chebeague is noted for its fine drives, 
bathing, fishing and boating privileges. If you are looking for the 
ideal summer resort, then visit the island which is considered by 
physicians the most healthful spot in New England. 



ONCE A VISITOR YOU WILL ALWAYS BE WITH US. 



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Hotel Arrivals 



SOCIETV NEWS, and in fact everything of interest concerning 
Casco Ray will be found in the 

CASCO BAY BREEZE 

FOR SALE AT ISLAND POST OFFICES. 



Great Chebeague Island. 



* I^HIS ISLAND is second in size of the Casco Bay group and 
presents a most varied and pleasing aspect to the eye, its 
wooded vistas of green pine boughs, through which pass the quiet 
roads and by paths, offering an appreciative relief from the bold 
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SOUTH SHORE, GREAT CHEBEAGUE. 
"Chebeague Island is beautiful for situation," these were the 
A-ords of a resident of another resort in beautiful Casco Bay. The 
source of this opinion gives it value. It is also the opinion of the 
*apidly increasing number of summer visitors, as it is growing in 
Popularity as a summer resort each year. It is only ten miles from 
Portland, good boat accommodations, the very best of roads for driv- 
ing or bicycling, being constructed of shells, these, together with its 
charming views, make it a delightful place of rest and recreation. 

The inhabitants are of good old stock and are endeavoring to 
<eep the tone of the island high, and the high class of visitors who 



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Bay Viecu House. 

Great Chebeague, Maine. 



Benjamin Hamilton, 
Proprietor. 



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'T'HIS ideal summer home is situated on the highest point on the island. From the 
■■• cupulo and chamber windows can be had a grand view of Casco Bay as far as the 
the eye can see on either side. The management leaves nothing undone to make the 
house first-class in every respect. The tables are supplied with all the delicacies of the 
season and lovers of deep sea fish will here find an abudance of their choice food. Boat- 
ing, Bathing and fishing privileges. Accommodations for 25. Open from June 'O to 
October 1. Rates $7.00 to 10.00 per week. Special rates for June. Write at once in 
order to get pick of rooms. 



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Rates, $7.00 to $10.00 per week, 

Mrs. Granville Hill, 
Proprietor. 



ONE of the most beautiful spots on the whole island. A fine lawn and orchard sur- 
rounds the house. Only a few minutes walk from the beach, where there is every 
opportunity for bathing, fishing and boating. Everything, the best the market affords 
is served on our tables, supplimer.led by fresh fish of all kinds. Situated at the east 
end of the island which is always much frequented by the guests. 



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4S2-484 CONGRESS ST. 



Makers ot FINE FU KN ITU KE— Inter ior Doe- 
rs — Rugs — Draperies. Importers of Fine 
nd Glassware. High class Cooking and 
Heating Stoves and Ranges. Telephone at our ex- 
PORTLAND. P ense - either for inquiry or to order goods. Our 
number 537. 



Great Chebeague Island— Continued. 



come here, shows there are those who appreciate these conditions. 
The excellent opportunities for bathing and boating, the shady re- 
treats for walks, with an occasional hay-rack ride, furnish abundant 
amusement for this class of people. Without doubt, Chebeague has 
a grand future. 

MAIL. 

Mails arrive in summer at 10.30 a. m. and 3.00 p. m. ; close at 
6.15 a. m. and 4.30 p. m. ; in winter at 4. 00 p. m. ; close at 8.00 
a. m. Money order office. H. W. Bowen, P. M. The post-office 
is under excellent management, iron mail boxes being placed at sev- 
eral points on the island from which collections are made twice a 
day in summer. A free public library is conducted at the post-office, 
the nucleus of I2y books having been given by Mr. Nathan Frye, 
guest at the Sunnyside House in 1901. There are now a consider- 
ably large number and the library is much appreciated. H. W. 
Bowen is Librarian. 

CHURCHES. 

Methodist Episcopal Church, erected 1855 ; addition built 1893. 
Parsonage was built in 18856. Regular service held Sunday at 
10.30 a. m. ; Sunday-school at 12 m. Evening service 7.00 p. m., 
winter hour 6.00 p. m. Rev. Franklin K. Been, Pastor. A. G. 
Grannell, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 

Pentecostal Church ; services held Sundays at 2.30 p. m. and 
Thursdays at 7.39 p. m. at residence oi Mr. H. W. Bowen. 



FRATERNAL ORDERS. 
United Order Golden Cross, No. 276, meets Saturday evenings 
at Golden Cross Hall. 



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Own your own Summer Home* 



300 choice building lots with shore frontage and privelege on 
different sections of Chebeague Island. Buy now either for 
building or investment and you will make no mistake. Prices 
reasonable and according to location. For terms and plans 
apply to 



R. J±. SOULE, 

Chebeague, Maine. 

No finer place for a summer home on Casco Bay. 

Fine cottages to let for summer season, furnished, at reasonable charge 
Teams meet all boats. Trucking, etc* 



Woodside Cottage, 



Harry L. Hamilton, 
Proprietor, 

Chebeague, Maine 



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This beautiful house is open from June 15 to Sept. 20 for the accommodation of summer 
boarders. The summer visitor will here find everything to help pass an ideal vacation 
Fine hard roads, where driving and bicjcle riding can be enjoved by all. Two lines of 
steamers that connect with the different islands along the bav. 



Accommodation for 35. 



Board $6.00 and upward per week. 



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IF YOU ARE TT)T^ IHT1 TTTC\ YOU ARE NOT INFORMED OP 
.SOT READING P\ f\ fl, IT. /, Y\ . WHAT IS GOING ON IN CASCO 
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CHEBEAGUE ISLAND DIRECTORY. 

ABBREVIATIONS-Rd., Road; Pt., Point; O. C. Rd., Old Ckoss Road. 



BATES, EBEN E., Boatbuilder, South Side, (see 

page 28) 
BAY VIEW HOUSE, Benj. Hamilton, Prop., East 

End, (see page 80) 
BEEN, Franklin K, clergyman, North Rd. 
BENNETT, Frank D, clerk, South Side. 

Mrs. Lillian D, -dressmaker, South Side. 

" Mrs. Mary A, Deer Pt. 

" Royal H, mariner, East End. 

" Stephen F, Gov't employee, South Side. 

" William F, fisherman, South Side. 

" William S, farmer, South Side. 

" Winnie G, Deer Pt. 
BISHOP, Benjamin, farmer, North Rd. 
BOWEN, Clarence E, student, North Rd. 
BOWEN, HENRY W., Postmaster, South Side; h, 

North Rd., (see page 86) 
BOWEN, Hugh, Gov't employee, North Rd. 
BREWER, Bertha M, East End. 

" Fred, mate, East End. 

" Harold, deckhand, East End. 
CARD, John T, fisherman. Deer Pt. 
CHAMBERLAIN, Mrs. Susie E, widow, South 

Side. 
CLEAVES, AARON, Contractor, North Rd, (see 

page 28) 
CLEAVES, Charles A, mariner, North Rd. 

" Clinton H, clerk. North Rd. 

" George L, captain, North Rd. 

" Reuben H, fisherman, North Rd. 
CURIT, Alpha T, clerk. North Rd. 

" Carroll C, carpenter, South Side. 

" Mrs. Ella, North Rd. 

" Eva B, North Side. 

V Forrest E, seaman, North Rd. 

" Franklin J, farmer. North Side. 

" Harold B, expressman, South Side. 

" Howard M, farmer. North Side. 

" Joshua L, farmer. West End. 

" Merton E, fisherman, West End. 

" Walter J, steamboat clerk. West End. 

". William J, travelling salesman, West End. 



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HAMILTON VILLA, CHEBEAGUE, MAINE. 

A finely furnished and rightly managed house, accommodating about 30 guests, 
situated near the east end of the island and equally distant from the south and north 
shores. Plenty of amusement and recreation at hand. Fresh farm and ocean products 
are served. Our table is one of our best recommendations. We have a select clientage 
and our house will please you. 

The best of references given. Rates $7 and $8 per week. Special rates for June. 

ALFRED E. HAMILTON, Proprietor. 

GRAN NELL COTTAGE 

CHEBEAGUE, MAINE. 

Situated on the north side of the island, where the cool breezes 
ever blow in summer, near the pine and fir groves. A quiet, com- 
fortable boarding house, where a limited number of guests can be 
accommodated. We can supply the best of everything for our table 
and give our guests the best of satisfaction as our references will 
show. No better place on the Bay to spend your vacation. 

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Terms, i$G to &8. 
S. L. GRANNELL, Prop. Chebeague, Me. 



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Oren Hooper's Sons, 



9 ^ K\ ERYTHING TO Fl'RNISH THE SUMMER HOME Also 

v ^ *" Torch Furniture, Porch Shades, Lawn Swings, Ham- 

mocks. Elastic Furniture, Golf Goods. Free Tele- 
phone Service, either for inquiry or to order trood-j. 

482-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND, bor number, sW. g 



DOUGHTY, Andelia, Deer Pt. 
" Arthur, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
" Eben A, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
" Edmund L, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
" Ernest L, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
', Everett H, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
" Fred W, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
" George H, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
" Gilbert A, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
" Herman L, fisherman, East End. 
" Ivan, student, Deer Pt. 
" Mrs. Mary A, Deer Pt. 
" Mertele M, Deer Pt. 
" Nancy L, Deer Pt. 
" Nellie M, Deer Pt. 
" Stephen A, retired, Deer Pt. 
DUFF, Edward J, student, North Rd. 
DYER, Alonzo G, fisherman, Deer Pt. 

" Moses P, retired, Deer Pt. 
EATON, Sarah L, North Rd. 
FENDERSON, Willard N, canner, South Side. 
FISHER, Joseph, retired, Deer Pt. 
GARNETT, Mrs. Lavina, Deer Pt. 
GILIAM, James W, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
GRANNELL, Albert H, clerk, 0. C. Rd. 
" Arthur L, dredger, North Rd. 
" Charles A, farmer, North Rd. 
GRANNELL COTTAGE, (S. L. Grannell, prop.), 

North Rd, (see page 84) 
GRANNELL, Lulu R, student, 0. G. Rd. 
GRANNELL, SADIE L, '.Prop. Grannell Cottage) 

North Road (see page 84) 
GRIFFIN, Charles D, fisherman, Deer Pt. 

" Joseph R, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
HALE, Leon L, physician, South Side. 

" Leona J, South Side. 
HAMILTON, Mrs. Abbie, North Rd. 
" Addison B, farmer, 0. C. Rd. 
HAMILTON, ALFRED E., (Prop. Hamilton Villa) 

East End (see page 84) 
HAMILTON, Alfred H, student, East End. 
44 Alice M, dressmaker, East End. 
" Alonzo S, farmer. South End. 
" Alvin J, fisherman. East End. 
" Ambrose E, clerk. North Rd. 
" Arthur H, clerk. East End. 

Arthur \V, music teacher, North Rd. 
" Austin M. fisherman, North Rd. 
HAMILTON, BENJAMIN, (Prop. Bay View House), 

East End (see page 80) 
HAMILTON, Benjamin D. E., fisherman, North Rd. 



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SUMMIT COTT^@E 

Season opens June J5. Clinton M. Hamilton, Prop. 



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Clinton M. 
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Chebeague, Me. 
Special Rates 
for June. 






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Summit Cottage. Chebeague, Me. 

Situated near the east end of Chebeague Centrally located as to steamboat lines, and 
on one of the highest points of the Island. No better rooms and table to be found in 
this section. Only a short distance from the shore or from groves of fir and spruce 
Fine shell roads, the best kind of roads for bicycle riding or driving. We strive to 
please our guests. Early bookings for rooms will be appreciated. 



H. W. BOWEN, 

POST OFFICE, CHEBEAfiUE. 

Stationery 

and 

Confectionery. 

Souvenirs of 
Chebeague. 



Base Ball and Sporting Goods. 

Dry Goods, Small Wares, etc. 

First-class Steam Laundry 

Agency. 

SOUTH SIDE;.. 

CHEBEACUE. 



Burbank, Douglass 
& Company. 

jt^^tjtjt Wholesale and Retail jtj*jtj*J& 

Crockery 
Merchants, 



Novelties in China, Cut 
Glass and Pottery 
controlled by us. 



242 Middle Street, 



PORTLAND ME. 



CHEBEAGUE ISLAND DIRECTORY. 



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THE 



Casco Bay Breeze 



FOR ALL THE LOCAL NEWS 
OF CASCO BAY. 

For Sale at the Post Office 



HAMILTON, Bradford R, fisherman, North Rd. 

" Charles 0, fireman, South Side. 
HAMILTON, CHARLES W., (Prop. Hill Crest) East 
End (see page 78) 
" Clifford S, deckhand, South Side. 
HAMILTON, CLINTON M., (Prop. Summit Cottage) 
East End (see page 86) 
" Cora G, East End. 

Dana J, fisherman, South Side. 
" David 0, farmer, North Rd. 
" Delia G, teacher, East End. 
'' Edgar L, student, East End. 

Mrs. Eleanor, widow, South Side. 
" Emily M, South Side. 
" Ephraim S, fisherman, North Rd. 
" Florence M, teacher, East End. 
George W, fisherman, North Rd. 
HAMILTON, HARRY L, (Prop. Woodside Cottage) 
East End (see page 82) 
Harvey B, laborer, North Rd. 
Henry D, barber, South Side. 
Henry 0, fisherman. North Rd. 
Mrs. Henry W, North Rd. 
Herbert W, fisherman, North Rd. 
Herman W, clerk, 
Horace B, fisherman, South Side. 
HAMILTON, JAMES M., Coal Dealer, East End 
(see page 28) 
" John A, laborer, East End. 
" John A, farmer, North Rd. ' 

Joseph C, captain. North Rd. 
" John F, retired, East End. 
" John R, farmer, 0. C. Rd. 
" Linda M, North Rd. 

Linwood S, student, East End. 
" Martin B, farmer, North Rd. 
Melville J, laborer. East End. 
" Mildred R, East End. 
" Nellie J, North Rd. 
" Reuel D, farmer, South Side. 
HAMILTON, ROBERT, (Hamilton & Sawyer), 

Dredgers, East End (see page 28) 
. " Rosswell E, fisherman. East End. 
" Royal L, student, South Side. 
" Royal T, fisherman. South Side. 
" Ruthius I), fisherman. North Rd. 
" Mrs. Sarah, widow, South Side. 
HAMILTON & SAWYER, Dredgers, East End (see 
page 28) 
" Solomon F, grocer, South Side. 



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ADVERTISING SECTION. 



Cottage Furniture is a Strong 
Point With Us. 



It makes no difference whether you are a boarder or 
looking for boarders, you'll be intensely interested 
in. these novel summer-comfort-contributing-chairs 
we have. It's not only Furniture that we're making 
a "big cry" about, but we've the Carpets, Drapery 
and Wall Decoration requirements also. If you can- 
not find it convenient to call, drop us a card of in- 
quiry ; we'll promptly answer you interestingly. 



JOHNSTON, BAILEY COHPIIY, 



Near Post Office. 



190-192 MIDDLE STREET, 
Portland, Maine, 

All Island cars pass our door 



JENKS' LANDING, 



It WOT 




Great Chebeague Island, Me. 

This is the best location on the Island; only a few feet from 
the finest beach on the bay. The house is first-class in every 
respect, the management always looking to the comfort of pat- 
rons. Deep sea fish, including the favorite "lobster" in abun- 
dance. Private Bathing House for guests. Fine Tennis, Cro- 
quet, and Ball Grounds. Plan to be with us if you want an 
ideal summer home. 

Accommodation for 40. 

Rates $8.00 to $12.00 per week. 

Open, June 10 to Sept. 15. 

Mrs. J. E. JENKS, Proprietor. 



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Oren Hooper's Sons, 

482-484 CONGRESS ST.. PORTLAND. 



Makers of FIN'E FURNITURE— Interior Decorators 
— Rugs — Draperies. Importers of fine China and 
Glassware. High class Cooking- and Heating Stoves 
and Ranges. Telephone at our expense, cither for in- 
quiry or to order goods. Our number, 537. 



HAMILTON, Stephen B, clerk, East End. 

" Sumner E, mariner, East End. 
HAMILTON VILLA, (Alfred E. Hamilton, Prop.), 
East End (see page 84) 
" Walter W, North Rd. 
" Wilbert R, fisherman, South Side. 
' " Winfield, laborer. East End. 
HENLEY, Matilda, Deer Pt. 
HIGGINS, George W, farmer, Deer Pt. 
" Mary J, Deer Pt. 
Rebecca, Deer Pt. 
Sylvanus, farmer, Deer Pt. 
HILL CREST, (Charles W. Hamilton, Prop.) East 

End (see page 78) 
HILL, Ernest H, laborer, North Side. 
" George H, fisherman, East End. 

George S, mariner, East End. 
" Granville, fisherman, South Side. 
HILL, MRS. GRANVILLE, (Prop. Orchard Cottage) 

East End (see page 80) 
HILL, Harry E, fireman. East End. 
'' John F, student, East End. 
Lester W, laborer, North Rd. 
Mrs. Lucretia E, widow, South Side. 
" Mrs. Mary F, South Side. 
" Philip W, mariner, East End. 
" Mrs. Rebecca, North Rd. 
" Reuben, retired, East End. 
" Reuben F, manner, East End. 
HILL, SYLVESTER I., Contractor; office, Portland; 

h, East End (see page 28) 
HILL, Theodore, student. North Rd. 

" William G, fisherman, East End. 
HILLMAN, Ernest F, fisherman, East End. 
JENKS, MRS. J. E., (Prop. Sunnyside House) 

Jenks' Landing (see page 88) 
JENKS, Harry, clerk, Jenks' Landing. 
" William, clerk, Jenks' Landing. 
JOHNSON, Mrs. Eliza L., N. C. Rd. 
Frank A, fisherman, North Rd. 
" Thomas J, canner, N. C. Rd. 
" William F, fisherman, East End. 
. " William H, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
LITTLEFIELD, AMMI R., Grocer, South Side (see 

page 2) 
LITTLEFIELD, Georgie B, South Side. 
" George VV, fisherman. South Side. 
" Mrs. Malinda, widow, South Side. 
MACDONALD, Angus A, laborer, South Side. 
MANSFIELD, Albert B, clerk, South Side. 



90 CHEBEAGUE ISLAND DIRECTORY. 



Hotel Arrivals 



! 
SOCIETY NEWS, and in fact everything of interest concerning 
Casco Bay will be found in the 

CASCO BAY BREEZE 

FOR SALE AT ISLAND POST OFFICES 



MANSFIELD, Ellis F, fisherman, South, Side. 
u M. M., East End. 

Mrs. Martha M, widow, South Side. 
William A, fisherman, South Side. 
MILLER, Ellsworth H, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
Lewis J, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
" ' Mrs. Rachel, Deer Pt. 

William S, fisherman, East End. 
MORTON, William R, farm laborer, South Side. 
NEWCOMB, Alexander, fisherman, Deer Pt. 

Theodore H, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
OSGOOD, Josiah B, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
RICKER, George, fisherman, North Rd. 
James, fisherman, North Rd. 
Rufus, fisherman, North Rd. 
ROBBINS, Albert C, farmer, North Rd. 
ROSE, Enoch, boatbuilder, West End. 
Ezekiel, farmer, West End. 
Ezekiel, Jr., fisherman. West End. 
John M, farmer, W T est End. 
Robert, farmer, West End. 
ROSS, Carrie E, Deer Pt. 

Mrs. Eliza F, widow, East End. 
Ernest C, fisherman, North Rd. 
" Frederick E, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
Frederick 0, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
Freeman, fisherman, North Rd. 
James W, fisherman, North Rd. 
" Josie F, student, South Side. 
Leonard A, agent, South Side. 
Louville R, mariner, East End. 
" Mary E, Deer Pt, 
" Mellen S, mariner, East End. 
" Roval C, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
" Wilbert R, steward, Deer Pt. 
" William E, fisherman. North Rd. 
SEABURY, John W, fisherman, East End. 
SOULE, Mrs. Betsey, widow, East End. 
" Meaton A, expressman, East End. 
SOULE, RUFUS A., Expressing and Real Estate, 

East End (see page 82. 
SUMMIT COTTAGE, (Clinton M. Hamilton, Prop.) 

East End (see page 86) 
SUNNYS1DE HOUSE, (Mrs. J. E. Jenks, Prop) 

.leaks' Landing (see page 88) 
THOMPSON, Barnewell J. fisherman, North Rd. 
" Charles F, laborer, South Side. 
" Clarence E, student, North Rd. 
" Dorcas, South Side. 
" Effie M, North Rd. 
" Eugene R, fisherman. North Rd. 



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Oren Hooper's Sons, 

482-484 CONGRESS ST.. PORTLAND. 



Makers of FINE FURNITURE— Interior Decorators 
— Rugs-— Draperies. Importers of tine China and 
Glassware. High class Cooking und Heating Stoves 
and Manges. Telephone at our expense, either for in- 
quiry or to order goods. Our number, 537. 



THOMPSON, Herbert A, fisherman, North Rd. 
James J, fisherman, North Rd. 
Jennie, waitress, North Rd, 
Josie R, student, North Rd. 
Mrs. Julia, widow, South Side. 
" Mabel L, North Rd. 

Marj- E, waitress, North Rd. 
TRAIN. Daniel P, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
TURNER, Thomas D, steamboat capt, East End, 
WEBBER, CHARLES A. R., retired, South Side. 
" Charles L, died Dec. 2, 1901. 
" Eva P, South Side. 

Mrs. Louise H, widow, East End. 
" Mrs. Mary E, widow, 0. C. Rd. 
WESTMAN, Charles W, fisherman, Deer Pt. 
W0008IDE COTTAGE, (Harry L. Hamilton, Prop.) 
East End (see page 82) 

MINISTERIAL ISLAND. 

FROST, Jacob. 



LITTLE CHEBEAGUE ISLAND. 

BAILEY, Henry, carpenter. 






92 ADVERTISING SECTION. 



C. H. HARMON, 

GLIFF ISLAND, 

DEALER IN 

Groceries, Provisions, 

Dry Goods t Small Wares, c T < witchell, 
Cbamplin Go's Celebrated Hatchet 'Brand 
Canned Goods. 

WOOD and GENERAL TRUCKING. 

If we do not have what you want we will get it. 



Jl. v. Cobb 6c Co. 



97/r, Co66j advertising and excursion 
agent for the 97f. C. &. & and 
jfcarpswell Steamboat Company. 



80 Gxchange St.; {Portland^ Tffaine. 



CLIFF ISLAND. 



93 



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NOT READ- 
ING THE . . 



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OU ARE NOT INFORMED 
OF WHAT IS GOING ON IN 
CASCO BAY 



CLIFF ISLAND, 

Cliff Island is perhaps the least known of any of the more important islands of Casco 
Bay, and hence has even a better opportunity for growth than many of the larger 
islands whose attractions to the summer set are more widely known. There are 
reasons why Cliff, or Crotch Island, as it was formerly called, presents to the better 
class of summer travel a strong claim for patronage. The first and most important 
point is that it is one of the outside islands, out in the blue deep, where the waters 
of old ocean are clear as crystal, and the restless changing sea is ever wearing away 
the serrated rocks which are the foundation of the island. In bold contrast to the 
scene of surf and granite on its coast, is the magnificent pine and fir growth which 
now covers about four fifths of the surface. 

The island is a part of the city of Portland, although it has no city airs withal 
There are several boats a day to and from Portland and to the lower islands. The. 
class of cottages here are modern built and of handsome designs, being occupied by 
some of our best non-residents, and as the steamer lands at the pier in summer, the 
scene is one of life and enjoyment. 

There are several boarding houses and all enjoy an excellent patronage. The 
Island is not one of the largest in point of size but fully makes up in its natural 
beauties for any lack in this respect. From its southern side can be seen the pictur- 
esque Je welPs Island, only a half mile distant, and beyond: the open sea. 

In point of churches and schools. Cliff Island has both; also an excellent grocery 
and general store, post-office with two mails a day in summer, etc., etc. 









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GRIFFIN'S COVE, CLIFF ISLAND. 
CHURCH AND SCHOOLS 

Seventh Day Advent Church, established 1875. Present building erected 1M>'.». 
Elder, H. C. Basney of North Deering. Service, Saturdays at 2:00, Sabbath school, 
Saturdays at 1:00. Regular prayer meetings Wednesday and Friday evenings at r:00. 
During the summer these services are held at 7:80 p. m. Missionary meeting, Satur- 
day evening at 7:00; summer hour 7:30. 

SCHOOLS. 

City of Portland district school. 30 weeks, divided in fall, winter, and spring 
terms. Average number of pupils, 1.". 

Advent Church day school, teaches regular studies, hygeine and scripture. Term 
same as city school. Average number of pupils, 30. 



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CLIFF ISLAND DIRECTORY. 



Oren Hooper's Sons, 

482-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND. 



K.VERY THING TO Ft KMSH TH£ SUMMER IIoMK .\ 

l'orch Furniture, .Porch Shades, Lawn Swings, H.i 
mocks. Rustic Furniture, Golf Goods. Free T« 
phone Service, either for inquiry or to order go«i 
Our number, 337, 



ANDREWS, Frank E, carpenter, South Side. 
BICKFORD, Miss Elsie E, North Side. 
" Ward A, fisherman, North Side. 
COBB, ALONZO S., Excursion and Advertising 

Agent, North Side (see page 92) 
GUSHING, Albert S, fisherman, South Side. 
" Miss Etta E, South Side. 
" Herbert E, fisherman. South Side. 

Miss Mary B, South Side. 
DYER, John L, steamboat captain, South Side. 
FROST, Leander, student. South Side. 
GRIFFIN, Albert F, fisherman, South Side. 

" Alpheus C, (proprietor Surf Side Cottage) 
South Side. 

Alpheus W, fisherman, South Side. 

Arthur E, fisherman. South Side. 

Charles F, boatbuiider, West End. 

David H, retired, South Side. 

Miss Ethel M, South Side. 

Mrs. Eunice M, South Side. 

Miss Eva M, student, North Side. 

Frank W, fisherman, North Side. 

Fred H, fisherman, South Side. 

George E, fisherman, South Side. 

George H, fisherman, North Side. 

Howard F, fisherman, South Side. 

Iva M, South Side. 

John H, fisherman, South Side. 

Joseph F, fisherman, South Side. . 

Mrs. Sarah J, widow. South Side. 

Theodore L, fisherman, South Side. 

Walter F, fisherman, South Side. 
HAMILTON, Benjamin H, fisherman, South Side. 
HARMON, CHAS. H., Grocer, North Side (see 

page 92) 
HORR, Elmer L, student, South Side. 
JOHNSON, James L, pilot, North Side. 
KENNEDY, John F, fisherman, North Side. 
LEONARD, George E, fisherman, South Side. 

" Miss Olive M. South Side. 
LEWIS, Miss Carrie M, South Side. 
" John E, student. South Side. 
LIBBY, Miss Addie R, North Side. 
LOVEITT, Albert E. fisherman, South Side. 
M.U'YAXE, Eu-rene L. fisherman, North Side. 
MeKEAN, George M, carpenter, North Side. 

James, fisherman, North Side. 
M G KEAN, WILBUR G., Carpenter, North Side (see 

page 2S> 
McKENNEY, Viola E, South Side. 
NICKERSON, George E, engineer. South Side. 



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FOR ALL THE LOCAL NEWS 

OF CASCO BAY. 
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PETTINGELL, AlvraJW, fisherman, South Side. 

" v Charles L E, fisherman, North Side. 

" Chariest, 2nd, fisherman, South Side. 

" Miss Edith M, student, North Side. 

" Edwin S, fisherman, South Side. 

" George F, fisherman, South Side. 

" John H, boatbuilder, South Side. 

" Moses G, farmer, South Side. 
Samuel, farmer, South Side. 
SMALL, John F, fisherman, South Side. 
SOUTHARD, Mrs. Lillie W, postmaster, North Side 
WOOD, Mrs. Annie E, widow. North Side. 

JEWELL'S ISLAND. 

RUH, Karl, farmer. 

BATES ISLAND, 

CALDER, John, farmer. 
" Mathias, "farmer. 
Silas, fisherman. 
" Walter, fisherman. 

HOPE ISLAND. 

OSGOOD, Bailey, farmer. 

GREAT DIAMOND ISLAND. 

HAMMONS, Leslie J, farmer. 

LEAVITT, Ernest C, farmer. 

MACOMBER, Charles L, blacksmith (Gov't Whf.) 

TOBIN, Roscoe C, laborer. 

LITTLE DIAMOND ISLAND. 

SMITH, Enoch G. P., (U. S. Gov't Employe) 



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RIDGE HOUSE, 



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Cousins' Island. 

Lorenzo Hamilton, Prop. 




si El W Hi 

@i§§| fa §p 



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Summer boarders can be accommodated here from June 15 to September 15 No more 
beautiful spot can be found on Casco Bay. Our table is supplied with everything direct 
from our own farm. Fresh Eggs, Milk and Berries, in abundance. Every opportunity 
for deep sea fishing, boating, yachting and bathing 

Rates $6 and $8 per week. Accomodates 25. 

Cousins' Island is reached by the McDonald Steamboat Co. Wharf, Portland Pier. 



FRESH MEATS, POULTRY, GROCERIES 
and FISHERMEN'S OUTFITS. 

RYAN & KELSEY, 



Head of Portland Pier, 



PORTLAND, MAINE. 



CLIFF HOUSE ^ 



CUNDY'S HARBOR, ME 
J* 

L. Percy, Prop. 



Here you will find one of the finest Hotels on the Bay. 
We are always looking lo the comfort of our guests. 
Fine table with an abundance of everything. Fine 
roads for bicycling and driving. Send for terms. 



Open June 10 to September 15, 



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COUSIN'S ISLAND DIRECTORY. 97 

/"V |_| 9 ■ |j* «^*«. Complete Furnishings for the COTTAGK, the 

UrCM rlOOpCr S OOflS} MANSION or the HOTEL. Free T*leph»ne 

Service, either for inquiry or to or*U.r goods. 

482-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND. Our number, 537. 

Cousin's Island— Littlejohn's Island. 

(Town of Yarmouth.) 



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HE SCENERY here is very attractive and a more pleasant spot for 
a summer vacation could not be found. The surface is well wooded 
with pine and hard wood growth. The drinking water supplies are ex- 
cellent. Littlejohn's Island on the east is connected by a bridge and is a 
fine drive. There are many points of interest and the Islands are a lively 
place in summer. A short row or sail of one-half mile on smooth water 
takes one to the mainland. Steamer accommodations to and from Port- 
land are frequent and the sail is a most pleasing one. The patronage of 
these Islands in summer may be said to exceed any other island in the 
bay, according to their size. 

Baptist Church. — Regular services in summer at 2 p. m. School 
District No. 1, Yarmouth, thirty weeks, divided in three terms. Both the 
School building and Church are handsome, modern structures. 



COUSIN'S ISLAND DIRECTORY. 



GLOVER, John S, farmer 
GOUD, Cyrus K, farmer 

" Mary 

" Robert F, farmer 
GROVES, Henry H, farmer 

" Luther R, farmer 

" Samuel, farmer 

" Samuel 0, farmer 

" Seth R, farmer 
HAMILTON, LORENZO, (Prop. Ridge House.) 
HAMILTON, Mrs. Nancy, postmaster 
HILL, Charles, farmer 

" Mrs. Julia, widow 
MERRILL, Joseph, retired 
PACKER, Chauncey W, farmer 

" Edward H, farmer 

" Herbert E, farmer 
RIDGE HOUSE, (Lorenzo Hamilton. Proprietor.) 
SAWYER, Calvin S, farmer 

" Emery R, mariner 

" Harold S, student 

" Louise E. 

" Rena. B. 
TALBOT, Edward, farmer 

" Raymond H, farmer 



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SOCIETV NEWS, and in fact everything ot" interest concerning 
Cisco Kay will be found in the 

CASOO BAY BREEZE 

JLU FOR SALE AT ISLAND POST OFFICES. 



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Maine Central Railroad. 

Distances am! F'ares to Principal Stations front Portland. 



Portland Miles 

Cumberland 11 

Yarmouth 15 

Freepoi t : 21 

Brunswick 30 

Kowdoinham 37 

1'ichmond 45 

South Gardiner 52 

Gardiner 56 

Hallowell 61 

Augusta 63 

Riverside 70 

VVaterville 82 

Clinton 91 

Burnham... 96 

Pittsfield 103 

Newport Junction 110 

Etna 118 

Carmel 122 

Harmon Centre 130 

Bangor 137 

Veazie 142 

Orono 146 

Oldtown. 150 

Passadumkeag 168 

Lincoln 182 

Winn. 192 

Mattawamkeag 1 95 

Kingman 204 

Wytopitlock 213 

Danf orth 225 

Forest 235 

Lambert Lake 257 

* Vanceboro 252 

*6t. John 342 

Halifax 619 



Fares 
.30 
.40 

.50 
.75 
1.00 
1.20 
1.45 
1.55 
1.70 
1.75 
2.00 
2.35 
2.60 
2.75 
2.95 
3 20 
3.50 
3.60 
3.S5 
4.00 
4.10 
4.25 
4.35 
4.95 
5.35 
570 
5. 75 
6.00 
6.25 
6.60 
6.90 
7.25 
7 35 



♦Restaurant, stop for Refreshments. 



White Mt. Division. 

Portland Miles 

Cumberland Mills... 6 

Newhall 12 

Sebago Lake 17 

Steep Falls 25 

Cornish 32 

Brighton Junction 37 

Brownrield 44 

Fryeburg 50 

Conway Centre 55 

Redstone 57 

North Conway 60 

Glen 65 

Bartlett 71 

Bemis 77 

Crawford's - • • . 85 

Mt Pleasant House 89 

Fabyans 90 

Twin Mountains 9L 

Quebec Junction 100 

Jefferson 105 

Lancaster 112 

Colebrook 146 

Beecher Falls • 155 

Duds well Junction 204 

Quebec 322 

Hazen's 101 

Whitefield ■• 104 

Lunenberg. . . . . , 110 

St. Johnsbur y 133 

Montreal - 286 

En Route to Bar Harbor 

Bangor 137 

Holden '•• 149 

Ellsworth 167 

Hancock 177 

Mt. Desert Ferry 180 

Bar Harbor 190 



Fare 

.10 
.30 
.50 
.70 
.90 
1.10 
1.25 
1,45 
160 
1.70 
1.75 
1.95 
2.10 
2.55 
3.20 
3.-15 
3.45 
3.60 
3.70 
3.75 
4 00 
4.75 
5.10 
6 25 
8.50 
375 
3.75 
4 00 



4.0o 
4.4 
5.0o 
5.3 
5 05 



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BANGOR & AROOSTOOK RAILKOAD. 

Only Direct Route to the Famous Hunting and Fishing Grounds. 
Fares to Principal Stations from Bangor. 



Distances and 



Bangor. 


Sides 


Fares 


Oldtown 


13 


.15 


Alton 


21 


.55 


South Lagrange 


. 2s 


.85 


Lagrange 


32 


.95 


Boyd Lake 


35 


1.03 


Milo .Junction 


40 


1.25 


Mild 


42 


1 35 


Brownville 


40 


1.55 


West Schools 


65 


2.35 


Norcross 


74 


2 65 


Mildnocket 


.. T'.» 


2>0 


Sherman 


103 


3 70 


Crystal 


109 


4 05 


Island Falls 


114 


4.40 


Ashland Junction 


124 


4.10 


Masardis. » 


147 


6 00 


Ashland 


167 


6 40 


Ludlow 


ISO 


4.00 


Moulion 


141 


4.90 



Miles Fares 

Mars Hill ami Blaine 171 6.15 

Ft. Fairfield Junct 181 6.45 

Fort Fairfield 194 0.00 

Presque Isle 180 6.«o 

Caribou " 201 6.0.) 

New Sweden 210 0.94 

Van I'.uren 234 7.05 

Limestone 217 7.10 

South Sebec 40 1.50 

East Dover 51 1.50 

Dover and Foxeroft 54 1.70 

Gulford 61 2.70 

Abbott Village 65 2.05 

Monson Junction 63 2.20 

Warn-hard 75 2 30 

Shirley 81 2.55 

Greenville 80 2.'.HJ 

Brown ville Junction. 50 1 >o 

Katahnin Iron Works 50 2.15 



HOTEL LISTS. 



99 



Oren Hooper's Sons, 

482-484 CONGRESS ST., PORTLAND. 



Makers of FINE FURNITURE— Inter ior Decorators 
— Rugs — Lh-aperies. Importers of Fine China and 
Glassware. High class Cooking and Heating Stoves 
and Kanges. Telephone at our expense, either for in 
quiry or lo order goods. Our number 5;J7. 



Hotel and hoarding House Lists at the Leading 

Houses of Casco Bay for the 

Season of 1901. 



HARPSWELL 



Abbreviations— W, « ife. 

3Iei r riconeag- House. 

So. Harps-jvell. Me. 
Geo. W. Campbell, Jr., Prop. 

Andover, Mass. 

Bod well, Miss E G 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Walker, Miss M B 
Auburn, Me. 

Bean, J R 
Bangor, Me. 

Norcross, Miss Ursa 

Page, Miss L 
Bensonhurst, N.Y. 

Coleman, Mrs A G 

Ives, Edward Irving 

Teale, Judge Chas E and W 

Teale, Edward L 

Teale, Edwin S 
Beverly, Mass. 

Bray, Clifford B 

Bovden, A J 
Boston. Mass. 

Anderson, H J 

Blake, J A 

Bond, H W and W 

Christie, J B 

Coppernault, F A 

Emery, Miss G 

Hastings, H H 

Knight, D F 

Knight, H C 

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Noonan, R A. 

O'Brien, John 

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Calais, Me. 

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Cambridge, Mass. 

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Chicago, III. 

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Livermore Falls, Me. 

Rientord, C E 

Rientord, L O 
Lynn, Mass. 

Gorman, Dr. E and W 

Neath, T R 
Manchester, N.H. 

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Marblehead Neck, Mass. 

Easton, C. S. 

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Johnson, R E 
Medford, Mass. 

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Melrose, Mass. 

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Minneapolis, Minn. 

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Margraf, Mrs M E 

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Montreal, Can. 

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Newburvport, Mass. 

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Newton, N.J. 
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Kohnfelder, H A 
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Walker, H L and W 
Windolph, A P 
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Norwood, Mass. 
Barlow, Miss E 
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Paterson, N.J. 
Kane, Dr. C J 
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Philadelphia. Pa. 
Miller, Mrs G 
Millett, G 

Sherman, C P and W 
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Pittsburg, Pa. 
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Plainfield, N.J. 
Milne, Mrs I 
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Portland, Me. 
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Lembke, C F and W 

Lembke, H and W 

Seifke, H and W 
Washington, D.C. 

Carter, Capt. R A and W 

Carter, Miss N P 

Moore, G H H 
Worcester, Mass. 

Bruner, R 

WlLKESBARRE, Pa. 

Williams, A L and F 
Germania House. 

So. Harps-veil^ Me. 
L. H. Merkow, Prop. 

Albion, Neb. 

Needham, Charles 
Attleboro, Mass. 

Stewart, C E 

Wiggin, F W 
Auburn, Me. 

Butterfield, Mrs A 

Foss, H L 

Watson, F D and F 
Auburndale, Mass. 

Bates, Dr. G A and W 

Dillingham, F B 

Dillingham, M 

Miller, Mrs. F T 
Augusta, Me. 

Hunt, C C 
Baltimore, Md. 

Mahan, I L 
Bath, Me. 

Fogg, B 
Belvidere, Pa. 

Pratt, J C 
Berlin, N.H. 

Endicott, J J 

Taylor, H T 
Berwick, Me. 

Slater, F E 

Boston, Mass. 
Brady, F H 
Copeland, C A 
Crook, R H 
Crosby, Mrs F I 
Ginsburg, H and W 
Ginsburg, E B 
Ginsburg, H A 
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Goodvvin. F W 
Jehks, R M 
Knight, W F 
Krainsen, Miss B 
Manning, Miss M A 
Manning, Miss J L 
Parker, A L 
Sweaton, W W 
Smith, F P and W 
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Brunswick, Me. 

Dunning, H 

Toothaker. R A 

Wheeler, Mrs. H W 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Smith, Miss Gertrude 
Colorado Springs, Col. 

Nojes, A and W 
E aston, Pa. 

Davidson, A and F 
Fairfield, Me. 

Ames, Dr. 
Farmington, Me. 

Boston, E 

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Royal, A J 
Hinsdale, N.H. 

Lyman, W H 
Jersey City. 

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Kennebuckport, Me. 

Haynes, E L 
Lewiston, Me. 

Daly, L W 

Davis, E A 

Davis, O M 

Donnelly, Miss A M 

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Hodgkins, E L 

Jordan, Miss S 

Knovvlton, O K P 

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O'Neil, DJ 

Smith, G E 

Wakefield, Miss S A 

Wakefield, Miss H 
Lisbon Falls, Me. 

Klanke, F 

Sylvester, S 
Lynn, Mass. 

Cousins, H C and F 

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Murray, Miss J 
Mattapan, Mass. 

Cross, Miss E F 
Napa, Col. 

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Natick, Mass. 

Hagar, Miss E A 

Heinlien, Miss I R 
Newton Centre, Mass. 

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New York, N.Y. 

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Philadelphia, Pa. 

Higgah, Dr. W O and W 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Cleary, J M 
Portland, Me. 
Andrews, G E 
Bailey, J W 
Brown, Capt. C 
Brown, W H 
Collins, C E 
Clark, J S 
Dudley, M I 
Dudley, W L 
Foss, T C 

Gardiner, J L and W 
Gardiner, Miss Mary 
Graffam, E M 
Griffin L B and W 
Hasty, W S 
Hunt, R W E 
Jones, G A 
Ness, L E 
Peabies, F L 
Smith, R A 
■ Thayer, Dr. C P 
Wheeler, W A and W 
Wood, F A 
Wright, M A 
Quincy, Mass. 

Hayes, F A 
Richmond. Can. 

Jennings, F R and W 
Richmond. Me. 

Lovell, G C and W 
Rockland, Me. 
Ilayman, H W 
Sabbatus, Me. 
Bangs, L 
Bangs, Mrs J 
Jones, O W and F 
Salem, Mass. 

Williams, U M 
Sanford, Me. 
Creasey, S E 
Scranton, Pa. 
Rix, E S 

Sharon, Mass. 
Abbott, F and F 
Richards, Miss S 

Taunton, Mass. 
Davis, C W 

Waltham, Mass. 
Tabor, G R 

Ware, Mass. 
Crowell, Miss 

Washington, DC. 

Mountjoy, P 
Watertown, Mass. 

Hobbs, C A and W 



Waterville, Me. 

Richards, R W 
Winchester, Mass 

Hosea, Mrs. H. M. 



High Head House. 

No. Harps-well, Me. 
Samuel Dunning, Prop. 

SOMERVILLE. MASS 

Clark, George 
Chase City, Iowa. 

Dana, Rev. Malachi 
Freetort, Me. 

Furbish, Rev. A C 
Somerville, Mass. 

Huits, Charles 

Mercer, William 
Dorchester. 

Naiham, Frank 
Boston, Mass. 

Phelan, J E 

Watson, B J 
Allston, Mass. 

Wilde, F B 
Burlington, Vt. 

Whitcomb, WHS 
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Mrs. J. H. Morse, Prop. 

Auburn, Me. 

Ashton, Ernest 

Ashton, Laura 
Bath, Me. 

Bowker, Mrs. Newton 
Chebeague, Me. 

Curit, Miss Eva 
Freeport, Me. 

Allen, Harry 

Lord, Mrs. Alice E 

Lord, Mrs. Rufus 
Littleton, N.H. 

Cooley, Mrs. Willliam F. 

Cory, Miss Elizabeth C 
Lisbon Falls, Me. 

Johnson, Mrs M E 
Montreal, Can. 

Ashcroft. Mrs. H E 

Irwin, Isabel J 

Irwin, John II W and W 

Leslie, Miss Mary 

Rawson, John M 
New York. 

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Portland, Me. 

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Auburn, Me. 

Mr and Mrs Crafts 
Irving Field and W 
Frank McGibbon 
George McGibbon and W 
Miss Hill 

James A Langen and W 
Thomas Larrabee 
Frank McDonald 
Evelyn Morrison 

AUBURNDALE, MASS. 

Miss Alice Johnson 

Mrs F L Johnson 

Master Walter Johnson 
Bangor, Me. 

Mrs. Rice 

Miss Rice 
Boston, Mass. 

Delmont, Chas, W and child 

Fitzgerald, Dorris 

Fletcher, Sally T 

Jackson, Charles 

Jackson, Miss Evelvn 

BA.ITJEY' 

Ocean View Hotel. 

Bailey's Island. 
Walter D. Crafts, Prop. 

Baldwinsville, Mass. 

Williams, S, Jr 
Bangor, Me. 

Bellows, O A 
Boston. Mass. 

McDonough, W 

Morley, Mrs H R 

Richards, Mrs C E 

Robbins, C A 

Stacy, C A 

Woodman, E, Jr 

Woodward, E 
Cedar Ratios, Ia. 

Crook, R S 

Crook, Mrs J S 

Brocksmit, J C and W 
Chicago, III. 

French, C H 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

Patterson Wm 

Woodward, Miss M 
Farmington, Me. 

Roundy, Mrs C C 
Flushing. X. Y. 

Bowman, Miss M E 

Bowman, Miss M S 

Thompson, Miss A S 
Gettysburg, Pa. 

Honer, Miss A W 

Honer, Miss M A 
Haverford, Pa 

Hall, L B and W 
Haverhill, Mass. 

McGrath, Mis> E L 

McGrath, Miss L A 



Kinnan, Miss Madeline 

Touijee, Miss S L 

Vachett, Miss Annie K 
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Jamaica Plains (Boston) 

Carr, Miss Emily 

Carr, Fred and W 

Carr, Mrs. Marion 

Cox. Mrs. 

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Fitchburg, Mass. 

Kertel, Max 

Inerasky, K 
Leominster, Mass. 

Currier Mr. and Mrs. 
Malden, Mass. 

WAlgren, Chas H and W 
Medford, Mass. 

Colson, John, W and F 
Newton, Mass. 

White, Mrs. 

White, Miss. 
Roxbury, Mass. 

Jackson, Harry and W 

SOMERVILLE, MASS. 

Bradley, Charles 

S ISLAXD. 

Kennebunkport, Me. 

Towne, C E 
Lancaster, N. H. 

Sleeper, C W 
Lewiston, Me 

Burgess, Dr LN 

Butts, J P 

Dace, Mi6s E 

Haskell, G S 

Haskell, Miss E M 

Haskell, Miss MN 

Holmes, Miss F 

Holmes, Miss L 

Holmes, Miss M 

Holmes, M J 

Judge, H 

Judge, Miss W 

Kenney, J 

Kenney, Miss M 

Tagney, G R 

Wedgewood, E J 
Lynn, Mass 

Cowen, Miss S E 
Madison, N S 

Thompson. Miss L 
Mechanic Falls, Me. 

Harris, E A 

Stimpson, Mrs J 
Medford, Mass. 

Farr, Wm A 
Melrose, Mass 

Crosby, F M and W 

Pattee', J H and W 
New York, N. Y. 

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Hunt S A & W 

Hunt, Miss M 

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Starsand, J 
Westcott, A J 
Wheeler, S 
Williams, M 

Plainfjeld. N J 
Stimpson, Mrs. 
Stimpson, Miss 

Portland, Me. 
Craig, A H 
Cobb, S H 
Dunton, F H 
Eastman, G A 
Fales, L W and W 
Fales, LJ 
Fales, Elon 
Goodwin, Miss J M 
Harrington, J J 
Harper, W J 
Johns, E F 
Keyes, Miss L 
Lyons, J 
Martin. J A 
Noble, Miss H M 
Terry, B S and W 
Woodbury, H 

Provjdence, R. I. 
Earle. Newton 
Swolinski, J K and F 

Racine, Wis. 
Heath, S E 

RUTHFORD, N. J. 

Jubb, M H 

Rumford Falls, Me. 
Tanguay, G P 

Salem, Mass. 

Seaman, Rev W G 

Skowhegan, Me. 
Estes, R G and W 
Green, J H 
Quincy, W 
Smith, Miss S J 

Spencer, Mass. 
Bacon, A and W 

Washington, D. C. 
Day, H E and W 

Watertown, Mass. 
Barnard, I O and W 

Wheeler, N Y. 
Jones, Miss 
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Woodman, R II and W 

Wilkesuarre, Pa. 
Carter, Mrs and F 
Beckford, J H 

Williamson, N H 
Jones, Mrs C L 

Worcester, Mass. 
Eaton, E M and W 



Tbe Woodbine. 

Baileys Island. 
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Boston, Mass. 

Heglo, E 
Chicago, III. 

Mr and Mrs Mann 

R G Mann 

Miss Hilda Lymnesteldt 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bailey 

Mr and Mrs Barkler and D 
Farmingham, Mass. 

Arthur E Wells 

HOBOKEN, N. J. 

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Miss Susie Applegate 

Lanchester, N. H. 
Mrs E Bulland 
Miss Annie Moore 
Stanley Moore 
Mrs J S Moore 

Michigan. 

Dr Rustein and D 

Newark, N. J. 
Dr. Briggs and F 
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New York. 
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Orange, N.J. 
Mrs. Cater 
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Miss Anna Mann 
Christina Mann 
Master Hobrok Mann 

Patterson, N. J. 
Frank Atkinson 
Joseph Atkinson 
Robert Atkinson 
Dr Luckey and F 
Harriet Luckey 
Parker Luckey 



Bailey » Island, Me. 
Mrs. E. F. Black. 

Boston, Mass. 

Mr and Mrs D N Glover 
Miss Frances Glover 
Mrs Glover 
Miss Margaret Glover 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
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Montreal, Can. 

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Portland, Me. 

Herbert Shears 

W. H. Waldron 
Philadelphiv, Pa. 

Miss Dorothy Hesser 

Miss Ella Hesser 

Mr Whitely and W 
Spencer, Mass. 

Mr. Boulton, W and.F 
Worcester, Mass. 

Miss Bassett 

R Bassett and W 

Master Arthur Clark 

Mrs Frank Clark 

Mr Fred Sprague 
Washington, D C. 

Mr and Mrs Scuddie 

Master Harold Scuddie 



Mrs. Chester Sinnett. 

Boston, Mass. 

Mr and Mrs Dunn 
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Brooklyn, N. Y. 

R H Woodman, W and C 
Cedar Rapids, Va. 

Dr and Mrs C M Ristine 

Master Richard Ristine 

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C/tebeapue, Maine. 
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Harry S Richardson 

Arlington N.J. 
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Mrs Caroline Hutchinson 
Miss Dorothv Hutchinson 
Miss Grace Hutchinson 
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Bloomfield, X J. 

B A Beasdel and VV 
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P H Huling 
E II Williams 

Andovkk, Mass. 
Annie P Ilincks 

Attlebouo, Mass. 

Miss Alice Holden 
Lawrence S Eliot 
Lloyd Elliot 
Mrs W L Eliot 



Lewiston, Me. 

A N Leonard and W 

Methufn, Mass. 
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Newtonville, Mass. 
Dr Woodman and W 

New York. 

Mr George Barnard 
Mrs. Gilbow 
Claude Oliphant 

Newark, N J. 

Mrs. Newman and S 

Northampton, Mass 
Miss Frances Carter 

Orange, N. J. 
Charles Hallett 
Miss Kimball 
Miss Tena Seward 

Plainfield, N. J. 
Mrs B rower and D 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Winnifred Westlake 

Summit. X. J 

Mrs. Bessie J. Hards 
Miss Lidia Thomas 

Washington, D. C. 
Dr Davis and W 

Worcester, Mass. 
Easter Barnard, M D 
Miss Lines M D 
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Boston. Mass. 
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A M Merger 
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Fred W Carlon 
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Cambridge, Mass. 

Hemitta L Packard 
Dorchester, X 1 1 

Walter C Rogers 
Dover, N H 

Edward H Richards 
Franklin Falls, X II 

F H Gerry 
Gardiner, Me 

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Laura D Bradstreet 
Dorchester, Mass. 

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Frederick A Bishop 

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Frank A Miah 

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Mrs A H Porter 

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Gt. Barrington. Mass. 

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Lynn, Mass. 

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Madison, N J. 

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Malden, Mass. 

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Mt Vernon, -X. Y. 

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New York. 

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Newton, Mass. 

Arthur Hodge 
Pawtlckkt, R. I. 

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Lulu Almv 

Doris II Chaplin 

Geo W Chaplin 

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Perth, Ont. 
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W A Meighen and W 

Portland, Me. 

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Oliver M Harris 
Arthur E Jenny 
Miss A K Luse 
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Thomas L Pierce 

Providence, R. I. 
Alice M McLoon 
Miss Carrie Niter 

Roxrury, Mass. 
Mrs E C Lord 

Saco, Me. 

Clara A Gerrish 

Mrs Julia B Gerrish 

Alfred S Bradford 
Sebago, Me. 

Edna Dyer 
SOMERVILLE, MASS. 

R E Theiling 
Springfield, Mass. 

Mrs H R Baker and F 

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Mrs S P Bailey 

H Z Chaplin and W 

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C P Nichols and W 

Mis« Etta Rice 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Henry T Ferriss 

Waltiiam, Maps. 

Mr and Mrs Girdart 

Mr and Mrs Jones 
Wrentiiam. Me. 

Annie Lodemburg 

Edith Johnson 
Worcester, Mass. 

Mrs J E Kirby 

Miss Louise Rice 
West Somerville. Mass. 

Mrs Chas Lombard 

Chas S Lombard 

Maud R Vandershie 



Sunuyside House, 

Great Chebeague. 
Mks. J. K. Jenks, Pkoi*. 

Arlington, Mass. 

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A B Beething 

William Lincoln Crosby 

J H Dickerman 

L B Goodman 

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J M Sullivan 
Brooklyn, X. Y. 

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Jennie E. Holmes 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Mrs Alice Frve 

Charles C Frve 
Chicago, III. 

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Mrs Anna R Robinson 

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FlTCIIBUKG, MJSS. 

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Ipswich, Mass. 

Walter F Poole 
Lexington, Mass. 

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Milwaukee, Wis. 

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Montreal, Can. 

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New Haven, (Jr. 

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New York. 

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Philadelphia, Pa. 

R B Beath 
Portland, Me 

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A B Jackson and W 

Albion Keith 

Mrs H Mackenzie 

Elizabeth S True 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Maria R Brokam 

Worcester, Mass. 

E M Barton 



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Boston, Mass. 
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Arthur Haid 
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Mr and Mrs Washburn 



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Raymond Fellows 
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Lake Citv, Minn. 
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Lawrence, Mass. 

G M Tower and family 
Medford, Mass. 

J A C Emerson and family 
Newton, Mass. 

Mrs Amelia Hurd 

Nathaniel Hurd 

Miss Hurd 
Newtonville, Mass. 

Miss Jennie Tierney 

Miss Julia Tierney 
NewYork 

A R Argus 

W H Carrington 

C F. Carrington 

Miss Carrington 

Miss Ida Damery 

Miss E C Diemar 

Mrs G L Fellow 

A L Tomlinson 

A L Diemar 

Master Alb*, rt Tomlinson 
Perth. Ont. 

Mrs L F Armour 

Miss Armour 

Miss C E Arnold 

Mrs G H Kellock 

Mrs E F Salisbury 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

L E Allen 

Mr and Mrs E A Haskell 

Mr and Mrs Everett E Stone 

Miss Margaret Stone 

Miss Charlotte B Stone 

Mr Paul 
Washington, D C 

Miss A Hurd 

Miss Gertrude Upton 



Bay View House. 

Chebeagne, Me. 
Benjamin Hamilton, Prop. 

Boston. Mass. 

Mr. Caller and W 

Rev. Leslie Moore and W 

Albert Moore 

Marie Moore 

Mr and Mrs Parsons 

Mr and Mrs Preston 
BOXFORD, Mass. 

Rev. Mr. Hubbard 

FlTCIIBURO, Mass. 

R E H Tucker and W 
Lawrence. Mass. 

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Medfokd, Mass. 

Mr Bird and W 

Mr Hamlett and W 
Rowley, Mass. 

Misses Adams 

Gertrude VV Cirlton 

Miss Rowell 

Miss Morriss 
New York. 
Chas Ellison 

PlTTSFIELD, N. H. 
Phillip A Low and W 
S Chester Lyons and W 

Salem, Mass. 

Chas A Evans and F 

Stanford, Conn. 

Geo. Faucet and W 
Waltham, Mass. 

Willis T. Gardiner and W 

Russell Gardner 

Dr Newell D Johnson and VV 



Orchard Cottage. 

Mrs. Granville Hill, Prop 

Boston, Mass. 

Miss C Cunningham 

Miss Grace Fuller 

Chester Fuller 

E. Hunt 

Henry Herman and wife 

Miss Mary Herman 

G L Stetson 
Burlington, Ia. 

Rev Dr Salter 
Chicopee, Mass. 

Miss Maybell Fuller 
Miss Mildred Fuller 
Hartford, Ct. 

W D Camp and family 

Manchester, Mass. 

Mr Ward and family 

Montreal, Can. 
Miss L Burns 
Miss Gardiner 
Mrs G F Lundy 
Mrs Charles Robertson 
Mrs James Robertson 
Mrs Stewart 
Mr White 

Perth, Ont. 
John Hart and family 

Providence, R. I. 

Mr and Mrs J B Scott 

Miss Susie Scott 
. Miss Lizzie Scott 

Fred Scott 

SlIERBROOKE, QCE. 
Mrs George Sanester 
Miss Jennie Sangster 
Miss Alice Rugg 
Miss Laura Rugg 



Somerville, Mass. 
Mr and Mrs M L Fuller 

Springfield, ass. 
M iss Evie Boll 
Clarence Burt 
Charles E Cooley 
Mr and Mrs Cowen 
Miss Marjorie Cooley 
Mr and Mrs R L Nichols 
Harold Nichols 
Mrs J Scranton 



Hamilton Villa. 

Alfred Hamilton, Prop. 

Albany, N. Y. 

Mr and Mr Howard Rogers 

Edward Rogers 

Miss Catherine Rogers 

Mrs Turner 
Beverly, Mass. 

Miss Eva Davis 

Miss Abbie Wood berry 
Collingswood, Can. 

Mrs Johnson 

Miss Mabel Johnson 

Miss Alice Johnson 
Ithaca, N.Y. 

Prof. Sumner Salter 

Mrs Salter 

Harold Salter 

Miss Edith Salter 

Master Wm. Salter 
Montreal, Can. 

Mrs Ault 

T P Boem and F 

Miss C Cruikshank 

Miss Dorothy Cruikshank 

Miss Fenwick 

Mr and Mrs Robert Harrowes 

Miss A Harrowes 

Miss Lundy 

Mr Miller and S 
Omaha. Neb. 

Mrs William Morton 

Master Charles Morton 

Miss Dorothy Morton 

Miss Margaret Morton 

Providence, R. 1. 

Miss Opper 
Somerville, Mass. 

Mrs Piper 

Miss Martha Piper 

Kenneth Piper 
Springfield, Mass. 

Miss Annie Bryant 

Harry Bryant 

Miss Gilbert 

Mr and Mrs G W V Smith 

Miss Eliza Townsley 

Miss Eleanor Townsley 

Worcester, Mass. 

Miss Armstrong 
Miss McNamara 
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Woodside Cottage, 

Chebeague % Me. 
HAKRY L. Hamilton, Prop. 

Boston, Mass: 

Fred Armstrong 

G E Barry and ion 

Kirtland Day 

Margaret Day 

Mrs French 

Thomas McGrath 

C H Lytthams aud VV 

Irving Lytthams 

Miss Peters and friends 

Chas Peterson 
Cambridge, Mass. 

J E Spatilding 

F F McDermott 
Halifax, N S 

Mr and Mrs Booth 
Erookltne, Mass. 

Miss M DalzeTl 

Miss S E Dalzell 
Havkrhill, Mass 

Dora M Edwards 

J F McDermott 
Miss Goodhue 
Miss Goodwin 

Mr and Mrs Spofford 

MOSTKEAL 

Miss Effie M Baker 
Miss Emma Baker 
Mrs E M Robertson and dau 
Miss Grace Robertson 
James Robertson and W 
Mr Alex Wood, wife & dau 
A E Weilland and W 
Walter Weilland 

MONTCLAIR, N J 

Miss A E Armstrong 
Mrs J PTorrey 

LOXG 

Casco Bay House. 

Chas. E. Cishing, Prop. 

Belleville, Ont. 

Terrill, Mrs J G 
Boston, Mass. 

Carr, Miss Myrtle 

Gurney, Mrs M V 

Gurnev, Miss Edna 

Hilton, Mrs J K 

Jackson, F H and W 

McDonald, Miss A E 

Mumford, C T and W 

Mum ford, I C 

Neal, O E 

Vernon, C A 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Groves, C W 

Robinson, G 

Robinson, Miss Agnes 

Sears, W A 

Turner, J J and W 



New York 

Mrs and Miss Burnette 
Thomas Kilvert and VV 
S K Booth and W 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
PJ O'Connell and W 

Somerville, Mass. 
D L McEnary 
Thomas J McGrath 
Miss Francis E Murdock 

Springfield, Mass. 
Fred Blake and W 
J S Carmichael 
Mrs Carmichael and dau 
James Dickson 
B VV Smith and W 
E R Smith 
Ruth M French 

Worcester, Mass. 

Mrs T D Hayden and dau 

West Newton 

Elizabeth G Hackett 
Miss M V Peters 



Grannell Cottage, 

Chebeagut. 
S. L. Gkanneli., Pkoi-. 

Boston, Mass. 
Miss Ellen Olsen 

Dorchester, Mass. 
Miss Katherine Collins 

Somerville, Mass. 

James Chester 
Charles Miller 

Sioux City, 1a. 
Miss Sarah Olsen 
and others 

Campello, Mass. 

Bennet% Mrs A H 
Anderson, Miss Ida 
Bennett, Miss Dorothy 
Hanlon, Jas. A 
McDonald, Mrs Julia 
McRae, J C 
Stenham, A 

Chesley, Ont. 
Krug, C and F 

Chicago, III. 
Towne, T M and W 

Danvkrs, Mass. 
Magee, Mrs E J 
Magee, Miss Edna 

Dover, N.H. 

Ames, W A and W 
Ames, Jesse 
Baker, F E 
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Lewiston, Me. 

Hopkins, John and VV 
Medfield Mass. 

Keyes, E J 
Melrose Highlands, Mass. 

Jonef , Mrs H M 
Milford, Mass. 
Adams, E P and W 
Adams-, Elliott G^ 
Adams, Miss Gladys M 
Mi not, Me. 

Wells, Miss R A 
Montreal, Can. 
Ashcroft, Mrs H E 
Forde, Chas. O 
Forde, Miss E 
Hanna, A E and W 
Hanna, A A 
Hanna, Douglass 
Hanna, Miss Evelyn B 
Hanna, G H 
Hanna, G M 
Hanna, Miss Minnie 
Hanna, O Kenneth 
McRae, F E 
McRae, Mrs J C 
Ward, Mrs and child 
New York, N.Y. 
Chase, Arnold 
Chase, J E and W 
Bracken, Miss M 
Day, Kenneth 
Dilton, R M and W 
Grover, D M 
Snecker, Mrs S P 
VanWinkle, E H 
Paisley. Scotlan*d 

Nicol, VVm. S 
Philadelphia, P. A. 

Webb, E J and W 
Providence, R.I. 

Hope, Miss Florence 
Saugus, Mass. 
Paul, Mrs J E 
Washington, D.C. 
Barwick, F H 
Barwick, Miss Louise 
Barwick, Miss Nellie 
Worcester, Mass. 
Armitage, C G J 
Armitage, Mrs D 
Armitage, Miss E W 
Brown, W H 
. Stonam, C A and W 



Granite Spring" Hotel. 

Long Island. 
E. Ponce, Pkop. 

Berlin, N. H. 

Furbush, A B 
Boston. Mass. 

Fitzgerald, Mr and Mrs J F 
Gibson, E 

Sharkey, Mr and Mrs J F 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bryam, Miss M A 
Chicago, III. 

Brown, Mr. and Mrs W O 
French, C H 
Cleveland, O. 
Newton, D J 
Wyman, C J 
Detroit, Mich. 

McNeill, Arthur 
Lewiston, Me. 

Norcross, Dr. W S 
Montreal, Can. 

McLarren, H G and F 
Patterson, Mr and Mrs C 
Sadler, J A 
New York, N. Y. 

McNeill, Mr and Mrs J E 
Post, Mr and Mrs J 
Seigal, S ] 
Shafter, H P 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ward, Miss Jessie D 
Providence, R. I. 

Stevens, C C 
Roxbury. Mass. 
Clark, Edw. L 
St. Augustine, Fla. 

Smith, C H 
Sherbrooke, Que. 

Stevens, Fred 
Waltham, Mass. 

Ryan, E H 
Washington, D. C. 
Bernhart, Dr. Wilhelm 
Laskey, F A 
Wilmington, Del. 

Green, Miss Isabella 
Zanesville, O. 
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Ridge House. 

Cousin s Island, Me* 
Lorenzo Hamilton, Prop. 

Boston, Mass. 

Atwood, Charles and W 

Hudson., Miss 

Shattuck, Miss Helen 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Lebby, Mrs 

Moore, Mr and Mrs 

Parker, Joseph 
Malden. 

Parry, Mr 
Montreal, -Can. 

Henry, Mr and Mrs Knox 

Henry, Miss Vera 

Hyde, Mr and Mrs 

Hyde, Walter 

Kejle, Bert and W 

Kejle, Edith 

Kejle, James and W 



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McArthur, Mr and Mrs D J 
McArthur, Master Colon 
McArthur, Mastei David 
McArthur, Miss Margaret 
Millan, Miss Blanche 
Slesson, W P and W 
Slesson, Miss Isabel 
Stanger, Mrs 
Stanger, Stanley 
Stanger, Robert 

New York. 
Astarita, A C 
Sykes, Edward 
Sykes, Howard 
Sykes, Mrs N H 

Providence, R. I. 
Wood, Miss M J 

Washington, D. C. 
Coleman, Charles 

Williamsburg, Virginia. 
Coleman, Mrs Charles W 
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